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Old 07-10-2016, 08:18 PM   #1
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Question wooden partition removal in casita liberty deluxe

hi all.....is this a loadbearing partition......or can it be removed...
between the bed and side dinette?? and how..thanks.
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I think it's load bearing. I've seen some mods where folks have cut it back some, to reduce its size. I would not remove it entirely.
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hi all.....is this a loadbearing partition......or can it be removed...
between the bed and side dinette?? and how..thanks.
LD does not have a partition or side dinette......
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wooden partition removal in casita liberty deluxe

Good point, but the LD does have a streetside galley and I'm wondering if it serves any structural function in place of the partition? I know Casita doesn't use the twisty metal supports like Scamp, but it looks to me like the galley backsplash, especially the new style, may provide some support. Just wondering...

You could always ask Casita.
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oop, i believe it was a spirit deluxe

wrong model, I believe I was looking at a spirit deluxe
I will contact casita and ask them...if the partition has
a function.....thanks
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