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Old 10-24-2020, 04:49 PM   #41
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I did not like the way the propane hose is loose within the bracket so when I saw this at pick up I had Escape tie wrap some foam protection around the hose....
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Lots of great ideas. Thanks folks.
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I did not like the way the propane hose is loose within the bracket so when I saw this at pick up I had Escape tie wrap some foam protection around the hose....
Good idea Jim that will work ! Pat
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My mounting screws were not broken yet but we're heavily rusted. I dropped 4 stove bolts through the slots in the platform and lock nutted them through a piece of square tubing I cut to fit under the frame. No more worries 🙂.
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my mounting screws were not broken yet but we're heavily rusted. I dropped 4 stove bolts through the slots in the platform and lock nutted them through a piece of square tubing i cut to fit under the frame. No more worries ��.
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