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Old 11-20-2010, 03:19 PM   #1
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Removing stabilizers

I am preparing to remove belly pan and i am trying to remove bal stabilizers and everything is loose any ready to go except the bolt coming sown from the belly wrap. both bolts are angled, is this the design or coincidence? do i just saw them off to remove? Thanks, I am just trying to avoid future issues but I see no other option other than sawing off bolts.
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Old 11-20-2010, 03:22 PM   #2
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here are a couple pics of bolts
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bolt not coming down from belly wrap I meant pan
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Old 11-20-2010, 04:01 PM   #4
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i got em, silly question after i realized what type of bolts holding them
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Glad you solved your problem! Oh, and welcome to the forum, fellow Hoosier!
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I read your "terrified of the belly pan" in its entirety. And I must say you ROCK.
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Thanks! I was just under there again today installing a storage tube for my sewer thingy & it still looks pretty good under there. Can't say I miss it under there, though! I had a close relationship with it last winter! Don't be afraid to ask questions here. I knew nothing about Airstreams when I bought my first one & now I think I have a pretty good handle on them! People are very friendly here! (And helpful!)
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Becky I bet you're still finding POR in strange spots. LOL
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Becky I bet you're still finding POR in strange spots. LOL
I've showered at least 365 times since I started POR-15ing my brains out! I'm not going near the stuff for a while--winter vacation time is upon us soon--gotta break out the bathing suit again & don't want raw skin like I had last year from scrub a dub dubbing!
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