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Old 10-26-2017, 02:39 PM   #15
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Not sure where you got aluminum angle iron. What I used is aluminum angle and you can purchase it at Lowe's or Home Depot. You will love the SeeLevel system. We installed that years ago.



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That's what I meant. Aluminum. I see it on the drawing now. Ordering latches now. I'll put the latches on when I do the seelevel (as well as reroute my ac drip line to the driver's side somewhere).
I need to get in my fuel fill door bay door at least once a year for my aquahot filter so the bolts need to go on both doors. Just didn't have a clue how to do it until I saw your post.
I got a drainmaster sewer hose now and I'm going to run a pipe in front of the tanks to store that hose from the driver's side wet bay. Really like the hose so far.

One day it may be like Don's (with Garnet/Selevel) Entegra and the hose pulls itself in and deploys itself and add electronic valves

Slippery slope!
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Hey how thick was your aluminum 1/8", 3/16 or 1/4?
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Old 10-27-2017, 06:31 AM   #17
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Hey how thick was your aluminum 1/8", 3/16 or 1/4?
Jeff, 1/8 inch.
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What holds the door closed?

#6 or #8 screws? I thought I saw 6 somewhere and that's what I bought today.
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#6 or #8 screws? I thought I saw 6 somewhere and that's what I bought today.
#6 should work

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I believe I used #10 self-drilling screws. A #6 is not a very large screw.
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I am starting to show my age and the old noggin ant what it use to be. Looking at my drawing I show all holes accept the mounting holes to be 11/64. That is 0.1718 inches and the clearance hole for a #8 screw is 0.1640 so it would appear that I used #8 screws.

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