Detaching cupboards - Fiberglass RV


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Old 09-19-2013, 03:24 PM   #1
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Detaching cupboards

I have a 13 ft 1980 Boler. There is a side support piece that connects cupboards over the sink/stove with cupboards over the back window. This has come loose and the cupboards at both ends are sagging. I put a stack of leveling blocks and jack to hold it in place but need get it repaired. I'm thinking this may open up a slew of problems. I believe the cabinetry is original. Does anyone know of someone with experience in cabinetry repairs of fiberglass RVs in my area: Tri-Cities Washington, or eastern Washington? I am not handy with tools...
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Old 09-20-2013, 10:04 PM   #2
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Advice on detaching cupboards

Thought maybe I would ask more questions since no one seemed to know anyone that could work on one of these. I know a lot of people have worked on these really old trailers. Any thoughts on whether this is the beginning of the end and means gutting and starting over with cupboards or is possibly a fixable problem? Thanks for any advice!
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to the Forum Connie.
There should be some Boler owners with advice later on.

I think there is a Forum member that has a restore business in the NW.
But I forget his name. If Donna comes along, she's the forum encyclopedia.

So you have any pics? They are always helpful.
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Thought maybe I would ask more questions since no one seemed to know anyone that could work on one of these. I know a lot of people have worked on these really old trailers. Any thoughts on whether this is the beginning of the end and means gutting and starting over with cupboards or is possibly a fixable problem? Thanks for any advice!
The tri-cities area should have lots of boat repair places. Take the trailer to one of them. These trailers are closer to boats than RVs in the way they are constructed.
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Took some but didn't show much. Will try again tomorrow and see if I can upload them.Thanks!
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