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Old 02-18-2013, 05:38 AM   #1
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Coat Rack with mini-shelf in 17Z

... located on outside of bathroom wall.

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Jayco's schematic of that wall showed a horizontal brace at that mounting height. ... easily found with a stud finder.

It's a little higher than I first thought I would mount it, but the brace made it convenient so I used it. That turned out to be a good thing because any lower and it would be in the passageway.

A thought I had while doing this: If you didn't want to use the brace for mounting, and you had something you wanted to mount on the inside of the bathroom, you could "sandwich" them being careful not to crush the wall panels.
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... located on outside of bathroom wall.

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Jayco's schematic of that wall showed a horizontal brace at that mounting height. ... easily found with a stud finder.
Nice addition. Can I ask where you got Jayco's schematic?

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Can I ask where you got Jayco's schematic?
Email Jayco at: service@jayco.com

They have been very responsive to all my requests. ... wiring digarms, construction schematics, and general technical information about components.
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Email Jayco at: service@jayco.com

They have been very responsive to all my requests. ... wiring digarms, construction schematics, and general technical information about components.
Thank you. I sent them an email this morning.
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OnTheGo How far of the floor are your mounting screws. Tx in advance Larry
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OnTheGo How far of the floor are your mounting screws. Tx in advance Larry
I don't have the TT here to measure. I have the print on disk and it shows the top of the horizontal stud 65" above the floor. It showed up well with a stud finder.
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thank you very much. Larry
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