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Old 06-10-2014, 08:08 PM   #881
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Herk, none of those sound like camping supplies or necessities, unless you are trying to attract nerds like bugs to a bug zapper
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Old 06-10-2014, 08:38 PM   #882
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Sounded like camping supplies to me!
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Old 06-10-2014, 08:41 PM   #883
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Hose hangers in forward bay

Hey, OC (and others) -

I'm thinking about putting a hose hanger for my white hoses in the forward bay, behind the landing gear bar. However, I'm a bit worried that the rear 'wall' is pretty thin. Will it hold a hose hanger and hoses without ripping through the 'wall' panel?
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Old 06-10-2014, 08:58 PM   #884
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Hey, OC (and others) -

I'm thinking about putting a hose hanger for my white hoses in the forward bay, behind the landing gear bar. However, I'm a bit worried that the rear 'wall' is pretty thin. Will it hold a hose hanger and hoses without ripping through the 'wall' panel?
Hung mine on the back side of it.
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Old 06-10-2014, 09:15 PM   #885
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Herk, FWIW, this is an English speaking forum, please refrain from speaking "Greek" as this is all "Greek" to me.

Us "Poor dumb civilians" just don't understand geek talk.
You of all people! It is just "micro" engineering instead of "macro."
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You of all people! It is just "micro" engineering instead of "macro."
Can't weld or saw a single piece of it, so it is WAY out of my area of unknown expertise.
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Since I finally got an off day, I was going to install a Jack antenna but couldn't stand it anymore and replaced a hot water valve and kitchen faucet in my house. I'm so sore from bending, twisting, grunting, groaning, cussing, etc. I see why plumbers charge so much!
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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...97144069525492 got a new controller for awning Led's above link will show you what it does
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Hung mine on the back side of it.
OC, did you reinforce it in any way?
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OC, did you reinforce it in any way?
No, just used pan head wood screws that fit in the keyhole slots. Hung there for 2 yrs now. If it falls down, I will put stove bolts and washers/nuts on the back side. So far, so good.
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