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Old 07-21-2015, 09:57 PM   #1
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Mounting Burr Handylift

I have a 1995 year Monterey by Cobra, 32' and will be mounting a Handylift by Burr Mfg. Has anyone done this? I am wondering what is in the wall between the door and window for support and/or wires I need to be aware of. Would like to hear of any experiences someone may have had. Robert A
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No wiring to be concerned with. Only structural is the rough opening framing for the window and door.
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do you know if the framing is wood or metal. i've tried using a stud finder without much success. It seems to indicate maybe even a double stud in the middle of the door/window which would be great since the mounting plates are 4x6"with holes 3" apart, but if there are no wires there I feel better about exploring more. Thanks for the Info Robert
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