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Old 02-04-2017, 02:58 PM   #21
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Thanks for the reply. The reason I'm asking about the mounting is that I'm a chicken about wanting to put any new potential leaks in my new top, ha, ha. I thought that if I could reuse the existing screws for the internal unistrut it would accomplish a couple of things. One, it would reuse the holes instead of making new ones; two the existing internal unistrut would act like a backing plate for the new unistrut on top.
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Old 02-04-2017, 10:16 PM   #22
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Thanks for the reply. The reason I'm asking about the mounting is that I'm a chicken about wanting to put any new potential leaks in my new top, ha, ha. I thought that if I could reuse the existing screws for the internal unistrut it would accomplish a couple of things. One, it would reuse the holes instead of making new ones; two the existing internal unistrut would act like a backing plate for the new unistrut on top.
True, there is some movement from the actuator bar that could cause a issue, but might be able to clear it with a shallow head bolt from the inside out.
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