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Old 02-07-2012, 09:25 PM   #1
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Anacortes, WA
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Structural problem with Cargo bay

We have an '02 Georgetown 325S, which fills our needs very well. We have one niggling problem that I'd like some opinions about.

The cargo bay door on the LH side, immediately aft of the driver's door, is bulging away from the body profile by about 3/8 inch at the forward upper edge. I can't figure out how the top piece of support (an aluminum angle section) for the door is attached to the main strucure.

It looks as though some supporting wooden strucure for the top edge aluminum angle and the hinge assembly of the door has failed, allowing the top edge of the door to move outboard.

I'd appreciate any enlightenment, partilcularly any installation drawings for that item, so I can develop a repair scheme.

It's an irritant rather than a show-stopper, but I'd like to repair it.
Frank and Eileen
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