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Old 03-15-2013, 07:42 PM   #1
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Twin bed removal help request

I have a '74 Argosy and want to remove the twin bed on the drivers side. Any help on steps I'll have to go through? Otherwise, I'm just going to dive in and start drilling rivets. The 74 has the riveted aluminum bed frame that stretches over the wheel well. I am hoping someone out there might have done this and can share some wisdom..........Thanks!

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Old 04-03-2013, 09:56 PM   #2
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Once you remove the cushions, lift out the plyboard. There are about 5 sheet metal screws that attach the metal frame to the outer wall. In the front there are a few screws that attach the front facia to the floor. After that you can probably pull out the unit in one piece more or less. (Depending on previous owner modifications) there might be a stray rivet or two, but you can just drill those out. You shouldn't have to modify the wood (paneling) side walls.
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