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Old 02-16-2011, 07:21 AM   #1
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The weather is warming up and I'm ready to to busy again. I plan to redo the cabinets to accomidate the new frig. I bought thats sitting in my garage, but first, I would like to look undeneath. I want to make sure the frame looks good first. So here's my question, I plan to cut the undamaged pan just in front of axles to get it off. When I put it back I thought I could just reair the cut with a strip of alluminum. Is this the right track or is there a better way? I am also considering axles, They seem to test fine, I just cant quit wondering and would like a little more ground clearance. I could do belly then but I would like to see frame before I spend the money on axles.
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