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Old 09-20-2015, 05:00 PM   #1
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Jayco Walls?

Hi, We have a Jayco Precept 2016 class A. I was wondering if anyone knows what to use on the walls to hang pictures..I don't want to use nails. I have tried different hanging sticky things, but they just fall off the wall before I even put anything on them..I even cleaned the area with alcohol and still no hold. Does anyone know what to use?
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Have you tried the "3M Command Hooks"? I've had great luck with them.

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Thank you all for getting back to me. I will let you know if this command product works.
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Clean the surface well with rubbing alcohol before applying the Command stickies.
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We have had great luck with the MOLLY type screws that spread out behind the thin walls. If the items I want to hang is heavier than I will put up a backing board first then mount directly to the backing backing board. I can paint the backing board to blend in with the wall decor...

The backboard idea would look something like this google image...


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A little late to the party, aren't we?

Shouldn't we also be discussing the rather loose definition of "walls" that RV makers use?
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A little late to the party, aren't we?

Shouldn't we also be discussing the rather loose definition of "walls" that RV makers use?

Fashionably late!

Oh, the paneling in the RV's?
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Fashionably late!

Oh, the paneling in the RV's?
"Paneling"? That's a word, Ok....

What about cardboard, too thin for displaying dress shirts separated by bits of wood rejected by the match factory.
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"Paneling"? That's a word, Ok....

What about cardboard, too thin for displaying dress shirts separated by bits of wood rejected by the match factory.


DOH!

But imagine how heavy that sucker would be with 2x4 walls with 1/2 sheetrock!!! Not to mention how much space it would take up!
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DOH!

But imagine how heavy that sucker would be with 2x4 walls with 1/2 sheetrock!!! Not to mention how much space it would take up!
I wouldn't want to haul anything that massive down the road at 88FPS.

It'd take a helovalot of ULS to get it up there! Then there's all the ceramic and steel to get it back to zero FPS.

I'll haul my cardboard and matchsticks using her rust-bucket any day. As long as we are together!
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Thank you all for getting back to me. I will let you know if this command product works.
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Thanks Every one. I just picked up command 3m. I will see if it works..And Roy, If I have something heavy I want to hang thats just what I will do.
Thanks again
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X5 or what ever the count is up to now.
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Will the command hooks work on the cabinets too?
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We have used command strips, hooks and nails (not sure what the problem is with those as they make a hole so small it can hardly be seen when removed), and molly bolts (for the heavy stuff).
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Not sure if anyone mentioned it.... but the 3M command hooks seem to work well... =)!
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