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Old 09-14-2016, 10:29 AM   #1
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Belly Pans

Does anyone know where to buy the panels other than FR.
I need to replace all of mine. These are the seperate panels that enclose the belly and hold up the insulation.
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Old 09-14-2016, 10:43 AM   #2
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Does anyone know where to buy the panels other than FR.
I need to replace all of mine. These are the seperate panels that enclose the belly and hold up the insulation.
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Old 09-16-2016, 11:36 PM   #3
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These are not the corrugated plastic that are taped in.
These are hard plastic that screw in
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Old 09-18-2016, 11:44 AM   #4
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Check with a sign shop it is the same stuff that is used for yard signs. I bought some years ago at a plastic supply in Philadelphia for a project in 4X8 sheets.
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Old 09-18-2016, 03:50 PM   #5
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I don't know of any more ways to say this: These panels are NOT corrugated sign boards. They are heavier plastic made specifically for Cedar Creek fifth wheels. If you don't understand the question please do not answer!
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I don't know of any more ways to say this: These panels are NOT corrugated sign boards. They are heavier plastic made specifically for Cedar Creek fifth wheels. If you don't understand the question please do not answer!
If you had supplied ALL Info to begin with we would have NOT Bothered You! Quit wasting our Time,and Contact CC Division of F/R! Youroo!!
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Go back to lowes roofoo
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If you had supplied ALL Info to begin with we would have NOT Bothered You! Quit wasting our Time,and Contact CC Division of F/R! Youroo!!
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Perhaps Yooroo was referring to this:

Shop LEXAN 3-ft x 4-ft x 2.3622-mil Clear Polycarbonate Sheet at Lowes.com

Or this:

Shop LEXAN 0.6666-ft x 0.8333-ft x 2.3622-mil Clear Polycarbonate Sheet at Lowes.com

Lexan is some tough stuff and they make it in clear, smoke and black. It is thin enough to flex and shape, it remains flexible out of the sun and it can take a hit. Just be sure to drill pilot holes and use plastic washers when you screw it down or you'll crack it. Automotive bodywork push pins work awesome to secure it as long as you don't drill too big of a pilot hole and the material behind the lexan isn't too thick.

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/r...6OEaAqeB8P8HAQ


Nobody here is trying to insult or frustrate you. Just trying to help. However, if you're looking for the exact panel used on your rig then the manufacturer is your only route.
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Not the light grade there is a heavy grade that is not corrugated. I used it to make fenders for a marine hydratrailer.
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