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Old 06-14-2019, 06:45 AM   #1
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Help with "A" pillar trim removal

I've been working on resealing the RV and remembered that there's been some discussion about rust at the top of the A pillar especially on the diver's side. I went back and looked at the previous posts and their A pillar and mine appear different - different model years?

In any case, I've removed the interior trim piece and see two bolts with nuts on the back of the exterior trim piece, but I believe there may be one more behind the overhead cabinetry. It looks like a deal to access behind the cabinets so I'd just as soon not if I don't have to do so.I've looked through my Winnie drawings and can't find any that show this area specifically.

There are currently no signs of water or rust so I don't want to loosen these two nuts without knowing the exterior piece can be removed. Let sleeping dogs lie.

Does anyone know how this area/trim is constructed, drawings, previous posts etc.?

Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
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