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Subject: Re: Trapper 300 sleeping arrangements


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John Larke
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Date Posted: 19/05/06 20:12:07
In reply to: Ian 's message, "Re: Trapper 300 sleeping arrangements" on 18/05/06 18:49:42

Ian,
My table leg pulls out of the floor socket, it is a cylindrical leg about 3 feet in length and occasionally gets welded in by corrosion, but a few taps with a rubber mallet usually free,s it. Are you sure yours has not just corroded in? Why dont you spray the joint with WD40, let it soak and try a few taps. The corrosion could be caused by bilge water under the cabin floor. When I first got Fleur de Leigh this leg was so solidly corroded, that I had to cut it out with a hard chisel.These legs and sockets are standard units available in chandlers and caravan stockists most places.

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