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Old 04-18-2011, 02:26 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by dons2346 View Post
I used some adel clamps around the ladder. http://www.hiline.com/wiremanagement...adelclamps/182
Put these on today, fit good (had to drill a small hole under each hole that the factory drilled) and used the white ones.

Cost about $15.50 less than the $16 it would have cost if I ordered them from FMCA.

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I used the ladder brackets.. Till I scrapped the ladder.. Then I bolted it direct to the rear cap.

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Originally Posted by okie-dokie View Post
I use the brackets and attach to my ladder. Wish I had an iRV2 plate with my ID to display also.
Those are available HERE from RVupgrades.


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