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Found some non-slip tape laying around and applied it to protect the gelcoat (think I saw from John D.) but don't put your spare back on front facing and scuff it up - make sure the front is rear facing. Just sharing one of my many mistakes.

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- Mike


Nashville, TN


2018 Elite II - Spirit of Adventure Hull #308  - Toyota Tundra 


 

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Good idea, thanks.  And to add on to you post, I used a Home Depot bucket lid to make a washer for the threaded rod and round nut.2D41F8A8-B46B-4D62-A21C-2DDDBBE60552.thumb.jpeg.fbc02d158569cf091a1d0bbf6a26f8cc.jpeg

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Mike and Krunch   Lutz, FL   LEII #193 “the dog house”

 

 

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