If the mounting holes went into solid structure like aluminum wall studs, then yes. If just into the 1/8" wakeboard, then you need to use thin .ca glue in each of the mounting holes and let it dry. This makes the holes and surrounding wood really strong.
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My fantastic fan has a 5 inch plastic shroud that can be removed and provides easy access to the roof attic area. If possible, I would attach the new cable to the old after removing the wire nuts and pull the new through while removing the old. It's usually the wire nuts that get hung up, or another line is jumped to it.
The problem with removing the cabinets is that they are not like 6 sided home cabinets. They are typically only 2 - 4 sided. They fall apart when removed.