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Old 05-16-2016, 09:26 PM   #1
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Mounting a safe

Anyone out here know of a good location inside the master bedroom of the 376BHOK to mount a small safe / lock box???
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Old 05-19-2016, 03:07 PM   #2
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How about to the floor in the closet?


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This is what I did in my Sandpiper 381. Left side as you're looking in under the shelves.
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Did you have a hard time finding supports to attach to???
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Did you have a hard time finding supports to attach to???
How big of a safe are you mounting? I just mounted a small one and used wood screws through the bottom into the plywood floor.
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Not big. I'm a LEO so I sometimes have my off duty weapon with me when we travel. I would like to be able to find the floor studs to tap into.
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Not big. I'm a LEO so I sometimes have my off duty weapon with me when we travel. I would like to be able to find the floor studs to tap into.
I understand. CHL and retired EMS. You know as well as I do if they want it they'll get it. Maybe drill larger holes to the basement and put in 3/8" bolts? My unit is in the shop so I can't go have a peak to see if that's feasible.
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The floor from the bedroom to the basement is about 2-3" thick. Its plywood / paneling glued to foam. Might be hard to find the joist, especially in the closet.
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