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RE: How to remove a "pull-over" couch from '96 Lance 990?

Ok, I've managed to find the 2 bolts holding the side nearest the cabover, they were to my astonishment, easily accessible and right in front of my eyes on the underbelly of the camper :S Thanks opnspaces, I removed the fire extinguisher I found a single bolt protruding from the dark! Now a single bolt remains above the generator housing, but below the couch bed frame. I was trying to leave the upholstery in as good a condition as possible (unsure if that helps upholsterer or not), but ended up cutting through a portion of it to see if I could unbolt from the top of the frame, however the bolt is welded in and looks like I'll either need to remove the generator housing to get to it, or cut the bolt off at the frame and figure out another way to reattach it once finished.
Sheanhoxie 01/20/22 10:50am Truck Campers
RE: How to remove a "pull-over" couch from '96 Lance 990?

The access door goes outside, and no obvious exposed bolts on the underside :( Looks like I may be cutting it out and then figuring out a separate way to bolt it back on, after re-upholstery.
Sheanhoxie 01/19/22 10:06am Truck Campers
How to remove a "pull-over" couch from '96 Lance 990?

I've been struggling with removing the couch from my camper for re-upholstery, and I'm hoping someone here knows how. It's from my '96 Lance 990. In the owners manual, the bed is described as a "pull-over". The top of the couch was easy enough to remove, but the bottom is a mystery. I've gone around it, outside & under the camper, and tried to pry it every which way, but it remains. There are no obvious bolts, screws, etc. It's like an escape room, but a couch. Thanks in advance, https://www.sheanhoxie.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/couch-bottom.jpg height=750 width=1000 https://www.sheanhoxie.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/couch-bottom-side.jpg height=750 width=1000 https://www.sheanhoxie.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/couch-bottom-below-front.jpg height=750 width=1000
Sheanhoxie 01/18/22 08:30pm Truck Campers
RE: Is an old fantastic fan worth fixing?

Thanks ferndaleflyer, I have all of the original papers when the original owner first registered all of the products back in '96, including this fantastic fan. I'm going to reach out to Dometic (looks like they bought them out?) and see if they wanna replace it!
Sheanhoxie 01/18/22 04:12pm Truck Campers
RE: Is an old fantastic fan worth fixing?

Thanks for the advice, I'll hang on to the motor. Most likely will be replacing the fan & vent though, upon closer inspection the body is pretty warped all around the edges with more cracks around the screw holes than I'd like.
Sheanhoxie 01/18/22 02:33pm Truck Campers
Is an old fantastic fan worth fixing?

I have a fantastic fan that's 25 yrs old, but is still running like a champ. The plastic cover, and main body though, have seen better days. There doesnt seem to be any replacement body parts for this old thing, but I might be able to patch the plastic parts that have chipped on the main body, and replace the garnish with a generic one. Has anyone had luck repairing the old brittle plastic body that screws to the roof? These fans are definitely not cheap, so I'd love to salvage it. If I should replace it, are these $300+ fans worth the price? https://www.sheanhoxie.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/IMG_3976.jpg height=413 width=550 https://www.sheanhoxie.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/IMG_3960.jpg height=413 width=550 https://www.sheanhoxie.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/IMG_3970.jpg height=413 width=550
Sheanhoxie 01/18/22 11:05am Truck Campers
RE: Photo Thread - Post a Photo of Your Truck Camper Here

Just recently picked up my first camper, a '96 Lance 990 https://www.sheanhoxie.com/sites/default/files/styles/wide/public/2022-01/F350-and-Lance-990.jpg?itok=FPJKGd5T height=409 width=545
Sheanhoxie 01/06/22 01:16pm Truck Campers
RE: can anyone ID this ‘96 Lance 990 mystery bracket?

Ooohh, lol. I had no idea what a picnic table cloth clamp was, or that it was even a thing that existed! Thanks for the info
Sheanhoxie 01/01/22 07:53pm Truck Campers
can anyone ID this ‘96 Lance 990 mystery bracket?

triangular silver bracket with a rounded inwards on one length https://www.sheanhoxie.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/95EBFB04-B3AD-4BAE-ADED-EC4F4D7643EC.jpeg height=1075 width=725 i found it in the cupboard that pulls out to a bed, but unable to locate any place for it. any help is greatly appreciated.
Sheanhoxie 01/01/22 02:41pm Truck Campers
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