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Old 05-14-2013, 05:41 PM   #15
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And we still have the plaque screwed into the side of the RV from I am not sure which owner, the original or the one we it bought from. Can't take it off now, it's way too attached. So some of those numbers will not match with the current owners so just be aware. And no we ourselves are not members.
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Old 05-14-2013, 05:48 PM   #16
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Our coach had the holes/screws for the plates already in place. Since they were already there, I used the same holes. Easy as pie.
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Old 05-14-2013, 07:37 PM   #17
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I'm a member of FMCA, and I display the plaque.
What I don't understand are people who put their names in large letters on their motorhomes.
Different strokes .........
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Old 05-14-2013, 07:53 PM   #18
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Some peoples tacky are other peoples Rembrants.
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Old 05-14-2013, 08:01 PM   #19
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Some peoples tacky are other peoples Rembrants.
Mounted on the ladder with other plates they do look pretty cool. I didn't realize the collectivity of the different plates.
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Is there any way to mount them without screwing them into the coach? Anyone sell a mounting bracket to mount on the ladder?
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Is there any way to mount them without screwing them into the coach? Anyone sell a mounting bracket to mount on the ladder?
After seeing them in other people's pics I googled it and came up with this site that sells the brackets

http://www.kileymold.com/attachment_plates.htm
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Mount them with black heavy duty wire ties. Clip the end off and turn the buckle to the back. They look nice and clean.
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:45 PM   #23
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I just completed a 4 month stay at a park in Oregon and I contacted about half a dozen people by using thier goose egg to get to know thier names.
We sat band talked and sometimes played a few games then we swaped e-mails and they were on thier way.
The egg is a good way to meet, I have only found one guy that shunned my saying HI, later over a cup of coffee I found out that he had just found out his 16 year old had wrecked his truck.
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I'm a member of FMCA, and I display the plaque.
What I don't understand are people who put their names in large letters on their motorhomes.
Different strokes .........
Me neither
Suppose a criminal wants you to open the door for them? You are much more likely to open the door for someone who calls you by name.
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After seeing them in other people's pics I googled it and came up with this site that sells the brackets

Attachment Plates
Yep, Kiley Mold is the "official" plaque maker for FMCA so they also sell the brackets.
I used the metal w/rubber insert for pipes on vehicles to mount our FMCA and GS Lifetime goose eggs to the ladder. On the front I used the Kiley foam mounted brackets.
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And we still have the plaque screwed into the side of the RV from I am not sure which owner, the original or the one we it bought from. Can't take it off now, it's way too attached. So some of those numbers will not match with the current owners so just be aware. And no we ourselves are not members.
Maybe you should join the "club" and get your own number..
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Maybe you should join the "club" and get your own number..
Yep, old numbers are never re-issued. When we went to join I found that I could use my parents "old" number and just add an "S" to it. So our number is F 47302 S. They also allow "D" for daughter. That number was issued ini 1983 when they bought their ForeTravel.
My parents also had a Wally Byam number of "8008". My mother requested a "nice, round number" and that's what they got on their Excella 500.
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Is there any way to mount them without screwing them into the coach? Anyone sell a mounting bracket to mount on the ladder?
Kiley Mold makes a bracket that allows you to mount the "egg" on the ladder and still allows you full use of it...
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