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Old 10-15-2017, 04:32 PM   #1
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Installing door holders on outside storage

I am adding some T-style door holders for my outside storage compartments. (These are not replacements; these are new.) I am concerned that when I pre-drill the holes, I may hit plumbing, wiring or other critical items in the walls of the RV. What would be the best way to avoid this and how to determine the right length of screws I should use? This is for a Class C 2009 Winnebago Outlook. Thank you!
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Pretty sure that most RV walls are 2". So you have 1&3/4" to put in a molly or whatever. Also, generally,plumbing and wiring aren't put in the exterior walls. It's in the bottoms of cabinets, interior walls, under the floor, and in the ceiling. Those rare times when there's electrical in an exterior wall, it's a short run. Like to a patio outlet.
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