4th mod/repair to the trailer.
In line invertor protector - 1st,
RVQ - 2nd
Grey water drain from the Galley - 3rd
and now this.
I didn't want to drill into the frame if possible so I went to the salvage dealer Saturday (after getting almost home) and picked up some
1 1/2 alunimum square tubing to redo my braces on the air deflector
and a 6 by 6 piece of same for the switch.
Got home and started to assess the job.
Removed the 30 lb'ers
Removed the electrical and gas lines to a safer location.
Got the 18 volt drill
clamps and measuring tape.
Except for a scribe. where did the scribe go. There's never a scribe around when you need one (wait thats a cop - sorry wrong blog
Now in orer to center the 6 inch bracket on the battery rail take the 13 inches divided by 3 to center the 6 inch plate. Thats 2.5 on the left side, and 7 on the right side correct? That didn't seem right.
Shoot for center mass and line up the 6 inch plate in the center.
Math never was my strong point - I only needed to remember how many rounds went into the Sig 226 and that a man with a knife at 21 feet could out run my drawing the firearm from my holster and getting a round on target.
Now I have to get the connecting lines and hook it all together.
And I have to find a loop for the propane line to bet bolted to the edge to stop the plate from rubbing through. I might have one on the old Honda motor cycle in the barn. Just gotta sneak past the 30 lb racoon and the 2 skunks to unhook it.
That may be repair mod no. 5