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Old 09-29-2016, 02:58 PM   #1
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2015 Clipper 17FQ Door Assembly Replacement

Hi all,

My camper was broken into and needless to say I had to order a whole door frame assembly.
The local dealer is busy the next month or so.
It doesn't look to hard to swap out there is a piece of trim that covers all the exterior screws.
Question is do I need silicone when putting the new one in or is there a gasket on the frame facing the body?
I guess the camper should be level as well when putting in the door and the bolt holes should match.
Does anyone have any suggestions other then let the dealer do it ?
I should be able to manage it being a ford auto tech for over 20 years.

Oh and the thief got nothing from me as it was new and nothing inside to steal except for a non-working flashlight.
He is behind bars, he was caught the same night going down the street with a wheel barrel of stolen goods ---- LOL
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