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Bryan Beamon

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Replacing kitchen roller assembly
« on: March 13, 2019, 09:41:50 PM »
Our 07 Contessa has the slide roller adjustment bolt break. Has anyone replaced this roller assembly and where to buy part. I have a call into BCS for some help. Hopefully I have reduced the size properly of the attached photo of the part
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Mike Shumack

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Re: Replacing kitchen roller assembly
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2019, 11:34:22 PM »
I only replaced the roller - not the bracket.

My coach is a 2005. But it looks like the same part from what your picture shows. The adjustment bolt you show is in the roof of the basement compartment.

In the second photo you can just see the threads of the adjustment bolt where it goes through into the basement and the mounting screws on one side of the bracket.

This is the view from the inside (under the Kitchen counter).

If you setup is like mine, it will be difficult to remove the mounting screws to replace the bracket. There are four screws on each side attaching the bracket to floor and there is not enough clearance to get anything on those screws under the cabinets to remove them.

However my coach does not have those two metal brackets spanning the opening. If that plate (those eight bolts) are going all the way through and holding the roller bracket in place then your setup is different from mine (and maybe a lot easier to remove the bracket).

I think you will be better off having someone weld the nut back onto the bracket.
« Last Edit: March 13, 2019, 11:48:15 PM by Mike Shumack »
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Bryan Beamon

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Re: Replacing kitchen roller assembly
« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2019, 02:30:26 AM »
Thanks Mike, I ordered the roller assembly from BCS and I believe I can remove the whole assembly. But your idea could have saved me some money by simply rewelding the nut.
C & Bryan Beamon
2006  to present
2007 Contessa 42ft Cat C-9 400hp
1996 to 2006 97 Beaver Patriot Camden