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Old 02-01-2013, 09:31 PM   #11
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I was checking into that same TT are the RV Show in Dayton ask him that same question. His response was Don't do it, that is a supporting wall. Just thought I would put my nickel in. They are nice TT except for the bedroom layout. I was looking into the 29 XLR or maybe it was the 30. I looked at so many that day I cant remember what size it was. I know it is just over the ton limit or real close to it. I would make a false wall first then move the wall back or maybe even have an opening in the middle somehow. Good luck with yours and happy camping
I really dont think there are any load bearing walls in TT's. Don't they build the shell first, than work on the interior? I have a 28 KZ TT right now and it is wide open in the front. The only wall it has is in the rear for the bathroom. I think the roof has crossframes and does not rely on inside walls for support. I think all the inside walls are just partitions and non load bearing.
Can anyone else chime in on this?
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:42 PM   #12
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"I really don't think there are any load bearing walls in TT's."
Neither do I.
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Old 02-01-2013, 11:17 PM   #13
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I was just letting you know what the rep said to me when I ask about moving the wall. but they are nice TT. Thanks
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I understand.
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Old 02-01-2013, 11:48 PM   #15
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Be aware of one thing. I did some remodeling in a previous trailer I had. I removed a tv cabinet to open things up and be able to mount a flat screen on the wall. The cabinet was screwed to the face frame of the cabinet through the ceiling panel. In other words the cabinets and I would assume interior walls are constructed before the roof is completed. I was able to hide mine well with trim and nobody but me knew it didn't come that way.
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Old 02-02-2013, 07:40 AM   #16
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Be aware of one thing. I did some remodeling in a previous trailer I had. I removed a tv cabinet to open things up and be able to mount a flat screen on the wall. The cabinet was screwed to the face frame of the cabinet through the ceiling panel. In other words the cabinets and I would assume interior walls are constructed before the roof is completed. I was able to hide mine well with trim and nobody but me knew it didn't come that way.
And this is why I posted here. There is alot of great input from folks here! Things that sometime one does not think of.

As far as the ceiling, I have to wait till I get the trailer and analize it better. I think it is a partition that was added after the ceiling.
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