• RetiredTraveler
    1
    Hey Ray. I have to access my tank sensors and I have an underbelly like yours. I saw your YouTube on reinstalling the sections you cut out but would like to know what you used to cut out the sections without damaging any unseen equipment, wires, our hoses on the top side of the underbelly.
  • Ray
    433
    I just used a sharp utility knife and did it carefully. The coroplast plastic cuts very easily. My rig also has a thin layer of bubble insulation, it cut easily too.
    If you first take out the screws holding the underbelly to the frame, you'll ve able to pull it down a bit and look and see if anything above it. Most of the internal stuff is well clear of the plastic underbelly, except for the odd wiring run.
  • RetiredTraveler
    1
    Thanks sounds straight forward
  • Nitehawk
    0
    I had to do the same when I had to remove sections of the chloroplast to install my autolevel system from lippert. Had to modify a lot of the coreplast to fit. Now to seal it all again before the snow sets in and the rodents decide to move in.
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