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Old 05-06-2020, 04:37 AM   #1
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Lamp cabinet help

Hey all, I have lost a piece of trim along the journey and need to fab up the piece of trim on the foreward end of the cabinet above the sink, where the lamp resides. I have the piece of support wood on the inside, but can't find nor remember what was along the ceiling/wall edge of the cabinet. I don't think it is for support, more to finish the rough edge. If someone has or could take and send along a pic of what they have, much appreciated ! Getting there !!!Cheers, Mike
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Hey all, I have lost a piece of trim along the journey and need to fab up the piece of trim on the foreward end of the cabinet above the sink, where the lamp resides. I have the piece of support wood on the inside, but can't find nor remember what was along the ceiling/wall edge of the cabinet. I don't think it is for support, more to finish the rough edge. If someone has or could take and send along a pic of what they have, much appreciated ! Getting there !!!Cheers, Mike
On both our trailer cabinet ends where the panel touched the ceiling/wall was F-channel. Like you said itís more for an edge finish than an anchor point. It is attached to the head locker and the F-channel does keep it from moving along the ceiling/top. On the 55 they squeezed the channel a bit for a tight fit. Good luck
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