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Old 07-17-2023, 11:32 PM   #1
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Year: 2002
Coachwork: Bluebird
Chassis: All American
Engine: 5.9 Liter Cummins
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Sub-Floor Demo under Drivers Seat

Brand new member with a quick question about demo-ing the subfloor under the drivers seat. 2002 Bluebird All American, 38, with Rear Engine.

The subfloor under the drivers seat is raised about an inch and it all needs to come out. Is there anything special I need to watch for? I know Ill have to disconnect the air hoses for the seat, but what Im wondering most about is the accelerator and break pedals. Theyre attached to the raised portion of the floor. Any issues with removing those? Do they need to go back in at the same elevation (Id have to rebuild a 1 raised platform)?

If anyone has advice Id appreciate it. Thank you!

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Old 07-22-2023, 10:37 PM   #2
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Here’s the small thread I have about mine: https://www.skoolie.net/forums/f13/f...hat-41184.html

Don’t know if you’ve got a front heater but you’ll have to deal with those hoses. Check out my Imgur album for what I did with that. I would NOT recommend messing with the brake and gas. Way too much hassle and can get complicated quick if you don’t have mechanical experience (which I don’t). Take it or leave it. Good luck!
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