2007 Niagara Rear Panel removal

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  1. Jorja

    Jorja Active Member

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    We have a cranking issue we are going to need to fix - popping sound - maybe gear slipping - causing a tight uneven cranking to lowering and lifting the roof.

    I know we can drill out the rivets holding the rear panel on. But there seems to be molding along the edges of the panel - not sure if we can re use these or need to get new - not even sure what it's called.

    Any ideas? (Not our camper pic - but the molding is running up and down between the front panel in this picture connecting it to the side panel.)
     
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    mpking Well-Known Member

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    Typically if you look at the molding, it's metal with a plastic piece in the center. If you pop the plastic out, it should expose the screws that are holding the trim piece on (and possible the panel itself)
     
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