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  1. Wow, I must say i am impressed with the amount of and depth of discussion on this mishap, thank you every one for your help and possible insights. I had a discussion with Anderson and essentially it boils down to user error. Ever since the first time I unhooked the trailer, i was never able to get the triangle plate back on without loosening the chains and then re-tightening them. I was unaware that raising the trailer would introduce slack in the chains enabling one to reconnect it (thank you Mike and Buzzy for that clarification). I also, unfortunately paid little attention to the numb
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  2. Bill, You da man! Nice pictures and quick work too. Bill
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  3. Excellent! Thank you all for the pictures. It actually looks easy to remove the night stand. Looks to be 4 brackets and it would come right out. As for the extensions I wonder if I would even need to bother removing them. A sleep number bed requires just a platform so it would be as easy as a piece of plywood or something similar across the two to connect it. I dont think the extensions make it any taller right? They just come out a bit to make room for the mattress. The downside is likely the same either way as in access to those connections under the seats but again either wa
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  4. We use Thetford Black Streak & Bug remover for RV gelcoat, fiberglass, and painted aluminum. OK to use around windows or decals, too. Buy it at the local Walmart. I'm in a habit of cleaning bugs, stains, and tar off of the front of the camper & TV with a soft cloth and bug/tar remover at the end of each travel day. http://www.thetford.com/product/ultrafoam-rv-black-streak-bug-remover/ Use bug and tar remover by Turtle Wax for our pick up trucks. https://www.turtlewax.com/shop/products/turtle-wax-renew-rx-bug-tar-remover-16-fl-oz Use Plexus to clean plastic windscree
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