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Old 11-22-2010, 07:57 AM   #1
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Mounting "irv2" sticker

I have received my new sticker and now want to mount it on my rear ladder. However, I don't know what to use for a back plate. My main concern is developing corrosion between dissimilar metals.
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How about a piece of clear Lexan or Plexiglass?
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Old 11-22-2010, 10:15 AM   #3
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I used a plastic car lot advertising tag and put mine on with plastic wire pull wire ties.
Mine is eye level on the ladder.
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Howdy adj,
If you want a plaque-type mount get a piece of 1/8"-1/4" of aluminum plate cut the size you want, some stainless steel screws , drill holes in the plate & ladder and screw it on... That way there will not be any oxidizing... If you have a 'folding' ladder, put it on the back of the 'fold-up', where it can be seen when you're 'Willie Nelson'(ON THE ROAD, AGAIN)!!!!!!!!!
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I have received my new sticker and now want to mount it on my rear ladder. However, I don't know what to use for a back plate. My main concern is developing corrosion between dissimilar metals.
I bought 2 FMCA tags and ladder brakets, the sticker fits on the back side. Keeping second for any other group I might join.
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Stainless is used for dissimiliar metals. (in most cases)

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Two niner, I gotta give you credit for thinking about the galvanic problems - 'dissimilar metals' as you say. I bet not one in a hundred posters would have thought of it. Excellent catch!!
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Quite a few of our members the Plak-R. Get the one that mounts behind the ladder so you can still use the rungs to get up to the roof.

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Where do you get the sticker? I want 1!!!
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nbounder: Last career was as Building Inspector. All trades/crafts. I cringe when I think about codes and motorhomes. Could red tag one without seeing it.

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We're in the process of getting new ones. Watch the Community Announcements Forum for updates on when you can place your order.

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Thanks to all for their ideas. I now know what direction to go.
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