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Old 07-31-2015, 12:15 PM   #1
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1996 30' Excella Classic Rear Trunk bottom Separation

We have a 1996 30' Excel 1000 Classic that has developed a serious separation at the rear trunk door. The aluminum trunk frame has broken the bottom corner welds and the bottom is now 3/4" lower than it was. My suspicion is that the rear support has pulled away from the bottom of the body shell at the rear. Has anyone experienced this? Before I start pulling pieces off it would be nice to know what has happened. Is there a known repair strategy? Thanks for the input.
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