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Old 06-29-2020, 04:49 PM   #1
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Mystery cab hardware

I reinstalled my cab hardware panels today (the stuff that covers the heaters up front): https://www.skoolie.net/forums/f11/r...tml#post394153

But I have one piece left over and I can't figure out where it goes:

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None of the holes match up and I don't have any screws left. Anybody recognize what this is?
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No idea.


However, since you have no more screws left, I would think it goes between two other pieces. My only suggestion would be to hold it up to all of the screws and see where the holes line up.
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Aha

It's this bit:

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Holes didn't match up because it was screwed into that piece of plywood, since thrown away, and into the floor under the pedals (I closed over those holes with sealant). I can chuck this piece, too.

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