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Old 01-25-2010, 09:20 PM   #1
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Is this how the parts overlap?

I know from the "Factory Tour" that each "plane" if you like is prebuilt, frame and interior panel complete, and then the big pieces are assembled into the "box" that is the trailer - but am I correct in thinking this is how they overlap?
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Looks right to me.

Keep in mind that the actual seams for the front and rear of the roof occur a little ways in from the edge. There is a strip with screws in it that distinguishes a border, that should have sealant over it. Your picture does describe the sides ok.

And if we get really technical, there is no bend in the middle of the rear wall

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