Re: [DML] Rear Louvers hitting stainless T-Panel
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Re: [DML] Rear Louvers hitting stainless T-Panel



Jason,

I've had good luck using 'wobbly socket extensions'.  If you've never heard 
of these they are basically regular socket extensions but with a slightly 
rounded end so you can bend them around and create an angle with your 
extensions.  From here I close the louvers and make sure it latches and is 
at the proper height as to not hit the T-panel, then I can reach in with my 
series of wobbly extensions and tighten the bolts without having the louvers 
open.  Having the wobbly extensions allows you to direct the ratchet out one 
of the louver openings to tighten the bolts.  Works great!

Good Luck,
Todd Nelson
1561, Vermont


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jason Perkins" <jperkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2005 1:28 PM
Subject: [DML] Rear Louvers hitting stainless T-Panel


> Hmm, my search didn't return any previous posts, so lets start a new one
> :-)
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> I just realized that my rear louvers after much opening / closing are
> rubbing the back T-Panel.  It also appears the back T-Panel is now
> slightly bent under on the rear left side.
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> Now I have loosened the bolts (and removed the struts) to adjust the
> louvers.  If I move the Louvers to far back then they wont lock any
> more.  This is really a tight fit to not hit the rear T-Panel, and still
> get it to lock.
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> Any suggestions for getting this to fit just right?  Or should I keep
> pushing till it fits :-)
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