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Old 04-25-2020, 04:13 PM   #1
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She got here yesterday afternoon!

Our new 336 FBOK got delivered yesterday afternoon! Spent some time today loading in stuff. So excited for our new adventure.
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Looks very nice!
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There is a propane line hanging down at the front of the basement, trying to figure an easy way to secure it a little better. I'm leaning towards using some arrangement of Velcro. Thoughts?
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That is huge! Looks great!
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There is a propane line hanging down at the front of the basement, trying to figure an easy way to secure it a little better. I'm leaning towards using some arrangement of Velcro. Thoughts?
Our Eagle had a propane line hanging down as well. Looks like they use standard premade lengths. All I did was go to the hardware and got a rubbered clamp the right size for the line. Found a screw that wad holding up the coroplast. One size longer screw and the clamp. No more low hanger!

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That was my other consideration, only issue is it didn't seem like there was a screw in the area that it needs the support. Thought maybe just make a strap to go across to where a screw would help.
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Congrats! Man that is very nice you should be able to go to like Home Depot and get some size clamp to tie that up with.
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That was my other consideration, only issue is it didn't seem like there was a screw in the area that it needs the support. Thought maybe just make a strap to go across to where a screw would help.

Maybe a self-tapping screw, it's hard not seeing underneath.
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Congrats on the new fiver. Enjoy and stay safe.
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Very Nice. Congratulations.
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That was my other consideration, only issue is it didn't seem like there was a screw in the area that it needs the support. Thought maybe just make a strap to go across to where a screw would help.
Oh and congrads on the new rig!

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Nice looking rig on the outside, inside is a different floor plan I'll say. Interesting having the full bath all the way up front. Nice having the half bath too. Hopefully you can enjoy it this year and not be under lockdown like we are in Michigan.
Congrats and make lots of memories!!!
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Very nice Eagle. Congrats!
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Maybe a self-tapping screw, it's hard not seeing underneath.
Good point, I'll post some underneath pics tomorrow. Thanks
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Pics of my fix

Here is a pic of the fix. I just unscrewed one of the screws that secure the underbelly, looped a zip tie over the washer, tightened the screw down then tightened the zip tie. Thanks for the ideas.
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