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Old 06-08-2014, 02:45 PM   #1
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Can't figure out

A set of these came with are used mh, can't figure out what they are or what there used for . Click image for larger version

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Hard to tell.......

Some sorts of a type of a invention that the previous owner had made for something.....If you don't find a use for them soon........Grab a favorite beverage and enjoy the fire
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Homemade slide locks?
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That's what I thought , but they don't fit.
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Are they tall enough to stand on the ground under your slide out to support it when long term parking?
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Don't quite work for the stilts we made as a kid. . One thought perhaps for securing something round from sliding in the storage bay?
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Has to be an internal use. No signs of weathering or even damage from resting on the ground. Just toss them out, and you will likely find what they were for.
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One RV rule: If you throw them out, you will find out what they are for, and need them tomorrow.

If you keep them, you will never know.
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Old 06-10-2014, 07:35 AM   #9
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IMHO, Those are some type of home made support for something interior. Maybe your jack knife couch when deployed. If possible contact the previous owner. Even if you didn't purchase directly from them there more than likely is some paperwork with a contact # on it. By all means let us IRV2'ers know when you do find out.

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Likely those were used with something the Prior Owner kept when he sold the RV and they are now... Firewood. (less you can find a use for 'em).
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Props to hold up the bad when accessing under bed storage?

Used to keep chairs or something from moving around when in motion?

Pair of sockfencils?
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I was thinking bed support for a couch bed too....
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It's a gazenta, but ya just don't know what it goes inta.
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Book ends for all the travel books and repair manuals?
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