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Old 04-25-2016, 03:50 AM   #1
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Large Level Mounting

I just purchased one of the large bubble levels for the front of my trailer so I can see it from the cab.

I do not like the idea of having to drill holes to mount it and was wondering what other methods I might try.

If you have one of these and have done this please advise?
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I have attached similar with a heavy-duty double faced tape, in the past...
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I screwed mine in but dipped the screw threads in silicon after drilling the pilot hole
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I have attached similar with a heavy-duty double faced tape, in the past...
X2 and 3M makes a strong all weather tape that will keep it on.
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Thanks for the replies I will look for the double sided tape.
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Autozone, pepboys etc. sell 3m auto tape made for trim and moldings. Its made specifically to attach items to the exterior. I've used it a few times and never had a problem.
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