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Old 06-01-2013, 06:01 PM   #1
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Has anyone installed a Gen-turi on the Voltage Unit? I tried the support brackets with double side tape that came with the unit(Gen-Turi) but they would not stay attached. I did clean surface with Wax & Grease Remover (DuPont 3812). Will the rivets that came with the unit hold to the siding?
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what is it? (Gen-turi)
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Old 06-02-2013, 12:31 AM   #3
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it is a pipe to vent the generator fumes above the roof line of the trailer
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Eightydo..try some other brand of double sided tape....personally I am not keen on putting rivets into my siding..

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Eightydo..try some other brand of double sided tape....personally I am not keen on putting rivets into my siding..

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Old 06-02-2013, 04:03 PM   #6
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I think I would try those cable tie mounts that the telephone people attach cables and pipes to a wall with. They are about a 1" square plastic tabs with double sided tape mounted on the back. On the top side they have a harness that you can feed a cable tie through to hold everything in place. If you need to remove later you can pry off the plastic and remove the glue with Goo Gone or my favourite Isopropyl Alcohol. Here's a picture Wire-Tie Mounts (10-Pack) : Tie Mounts | RadioShack.com

Note: I would also use the Isopropryl Alcohol to clean before installing the mounts. Test first in an area which can't be seen in case it removes paint or decals.
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I think I would try those cable tie mounts that the telephone people attach cables and pipes to a wall with. They are about a 1" square plastic tabs with double sided tape mounted on the back. On the top side they have a harness that you can feed a cable tie through to hold everything in place. If you need to remove later you can pry off the plastic and remove the glue with Goo Gone or my favourite Isopropyl Alcohol. Here's a picture Wire-Tie Mounts (10-Pack) : Tie Mounts | RadioShack.com

Note: I would also use the Isopropryl Alcohol to clean before installing the mounts. Test first in an area which can't be seen in case it removes paint or decals.
how about the heavy duty industrial grade velcro stuff.
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Thank you for the input..
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I use to small suction cups from Harbor Freight to attach it to the rig - no drilling, no tape, no velcro and no marks on the rig when they are off.
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I was parked next to a coach tailgating last year that used a metallic dyer vent hose. He just slid one end over the tail pipe and clamped the other to the top of his slide. Seemed to work OK?
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