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Old 04-29-2009, 02:51 PM   #1
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Lid Stays for Cabinet Doors

I have recently redone my cabinets and added a 32" LCD TV. In the remodel I added 2 cabinets, 1 each over the driverís side and passenger window. I need an additional stay that keeps the door open when raised. I have looked everywhere I know and am unable to locate these stays. Can anyone help?
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Call Aubrey's RV and see if they have some. I believe they are in Yakima, WA. They bought a lot of WRV's bits and pieces when they closed.
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Our old trailer uses a magnetic latch on the ceiling to hold the doors in the up and open position. Magnet is mounted on the ceiling and the handle is metal. Been working like that for 30 years.

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