Originally Posted by Forgvn77
Good point! I asked my dealer what they planned to do and he said they would remove and replace the underbelly and bid the job at 3 hours. That somewhat explains the price. I agree that cutting access panels is the better way to go. I'll post pics of the results when I'm done. Thanks again for the help!
To do it right, you should remove the underbelly to install the access panels so they will be at the correct site and properly backed.
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