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Ally planking from service metals query

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Hi.

Has anyone ever added to their ally planking sides successfully?

I built a tipper back a while ago using ally planks from service metals.

Really it could have done with being another plank higher.

I’m wandering if it’s possible to dismantle/unclip the top plank without damaging it to install another below?

Or if there is another way to do it? Maybe slide out?

 

Cheers

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I’m going to guess the answer is sadly no - I think you’d have to sacrifice one lip of the ‘groove’ (and therefore write off that plank) to remove a top plank.

Hopefully I’m wrong though. 

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Depending on if it's the slide together or the fold clip sort of plank's, I had the ones that folded together like laminate flooring and damaged a middle plank so fairly easily took it apart and replace it and apart from the new one being so shiny in comparison you'd never tell.

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