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Old 08-10-2011, 05:54 PM   #15
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WE have all been there done that, but reading these today gave me a good laugh and smile on a very bad hot day on the gulf coast.

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Thanks for the stories to relate to..I finaly decided to just use 2 screws to install the door back on as it is small and only has the fuses in it and not for storage. looks pretty good except for the scratches on the very bottom..and I will try to match those with a grey touch up paint after the storm ( Irene on the way) Thanks again all and safe travels


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