Re: [DML] Luggage Rack
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Re: [DML] Luggage Rack



One thing to note - to install the brackets you have to cut pieces 
out of the rubber strip on either side that the louver rests on. This 
is not visible with the louver closed. It's a relatively cheap part 
to replace if you change your mind too (~40 for the pair). 

Also - if the one I had was any indication, you should consider 
replacing most of the hardware (screws and nuts) with stainless 
equivalents if the rack is going to spend much time in the weather.

Dave S


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dave Swingle" <swingle@xxxx> wrote:
>
> They better be. With the rack in place you cannot open the rear 
> louver. 
> 
> The rack his held on by 4 thumbscrews that you just unscrew and 
then 
> lift the rack off. The 4 attachment clamps pivot down and hide 
under 
> the louver when not in 








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