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Old 01-15-2022, 01:03 PM   #1
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Transporting Boler for painting

Hi guys,

I am bringing my Boler to be sprayed this week.
We have removed the long inside cabinet above the kitchenette, and I am wondering if I should add the cabinet, and it's support connecting it to the sink countertop, before transporting it.
As you can see in the picture, the main "wardrobe" is still in place, so the top portion of the body does have some support, but I am wondering if it is enough to stiffen it for transport.
Please advise, thanks guys!

Niall
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Old 01-16-2022, 10:43 PM   #2
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Hi guys,

I am bringing my Boler to be sprayed this week.
We have removed the long inside cabinet above the kitchenette, and I am wondering if I should add the cabinet, and it's support connecting it to the sink countertop, before transporting it.
Niall
Road conditions, speed, and distance will all effect the trip. A 2X4 (with pads) from floor to roof would not hurt anything. Hopefully the dot required lights are working?
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Old 01-22-2022, 11:46 AM   #3
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Hi guys,

I am bringing my Boler to be sprayed this week.
We have removed the long inside cabinet above the kitchenette, and I am wondering if I should add the cabinet, and it's support connecting it to the sink countertop, before transporting it.
As you can see in the picture, the main "wardrobe" is still in place, so the top portion of the body does have some support, but I am wondering if it is enough to stiffen it for transport.
Please advise, thanks guys!

Niall
I would defiantly have some kind of supports while transporting it. Because one time in Florida we were camping in our 16 ft. Burro and the misquotes were so bad that our dog and I had to stay inside the trailer while my husband hooked up the trailer to the truck and left the campground while my dog and I stayed inside. It was only a short distance, but felt like a 10 point earthquake. NOT GOOD!
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