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Old 11-11-2010, 05:48 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by RhoZeta View Post
Frank, is that not a Z channel type item? Both pieces matching or mirrored? I will also agree with others on no weight on that rail. On our old camper it pulled right out the first time we tried to use it. Found the screws to only be screwed into the wall, not into anything structural (not sealed either) the sealant they used around the edge of it was supporting more weight than the screws! I Put longer screws in and placed a 2x4 on inside wall to anchor them to (inside cabinets) and that rail was solid.
Hello RhoZeta, not so sure if these can be called Z channel (take a look) but they are definitely matching (as in one grabs the other). The use of longer screws and a backing board is a VERY GOOD idea, I'll know not to put anything heavy on it but who knows what someone else coming right behind me will put on it. Better safe than sorry. Here are pics of both the table rail and the rail on the TT so it think the product that RV Parts Country Table Support has should do the trick. Thanks for the feedback!

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