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Old 06-25-2016, 09:46 AM   #21
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Old 06-25-2016, 10:26 AM   #22
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I installed additional big foot jacks on the front of my Solera last year and the instructions called for the cover to be screwed onto the bracket carefully drilling holes through the cover and the bracket for mounting.
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I installed additional big foot jacks on the front of my Solera last year and the instructions called for the cover to be screwed onto the bracket carefully drilling holes through the cover and the bracket for mounting.
That's easy for them to say but its so tight under there that I can hardly get my hand up there let along a drill to drill holes in the bracket.

Once I get under the RV again to replace the cover, I'll reassess the situation and determine the best way to attach the cover.
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You know how some engineers are,,, they think if thay can do it on paper,,, we should be able to do it that way!!!
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Update....

I had to use two zip ties (one on top and on on bottom) to secure the shroud. There was no way for me to get a drill in place to drill holes for screws. Not the preferred way to hold the shroud in place but hopefully it will hold. I'll have to keep an eye on it.


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