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Old 02-04-2018, 12:47 PM   #1
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Default Frame pull away at door frame

I have noticed a gap on the right side of the door frame on my 2707T I did drive about 120 miles with the top about 6" from the rests when may hydrolic ram broke. Is this normal wear and tear or something I need to be concerned about. The top goes up and down with no issues after repair
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Old 02-04-2018, 05:45 PM   #2
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From the looks of the guide block, that section looks great. Might try the door frame area. Does the door move at the bottom? Looks like it may have had some water intrusion for a while.
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Bottom of door is solid no movement. The gap doesn't expand or contract during lift or lowering. Cosmetically looks bad or questionable.
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Don't know... Just looks as though there may be some build up of, perhaps, rust in the area. Can't really tell, if you can get a clamp and try to pull it together. If you can move it, then you'll have to go in there and clean it up. Or, just leave it alone. Not many people will notice. Just cause I'm a freak, I'd have to fix it.
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