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Old 04-26-2012, 06:35 AM   #11
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I just order one of these kits.

http://www.rvscreendoorhandle.com/
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Old 04-26-2012, 06:41 AM   #12
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I just order one of these kits.

http://www.rvscreendoorhandle.com/
I had one of Bills handles on my old rig. The new rig had a different door. A quick call to Bill Steele and he sent me one that was made for the new door with the "flat" sliding piece.
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I bought one of Bill's screen door kits, too. It has a built in spring to return the handle to the proper position. It's a neat design. Another thread
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Old 04-26-2012, 09:42 AM   #14
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I just order one of these kits.

http://www.rvscreendoorhandle.com/

That one costs $19. The toilet handle was under $5. Call me cheap!

The toilet handle has enough weight on the handle side that it swings back to the upright position without a spring, or at least mine does. I think the secret is to keep the rod as short as possible.
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That one costs $19. The toilet handle was under $5. Call me cheap!

The toilet handle has enough weight on the handle side that it swings back to the upright position without a spring, or at least mine does. I think the secret is to keep the rod as short as possible.
You are cheap! but you do have 2 flush levers in your rig. LOL
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