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    ATF: Greystone - back wall not attached

    The back wall of my trailer was not attached to the structure at the factory. It is held on by the outside corner trim/molding. I currently have it held together with tie down straps. Is this correct or should it be attached to the top and side walls?

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    Re: ATF: Greystone - back wall not attached

    It should be attached all the way around,not just by the trim

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