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Discussion in 'Mystery Parts' started by msims6, Jul 25, 2015.

  1. JeffC

    JeffC New Member

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    First, welcome! Those look like your safety stantions that snap onto your lift arms.

    Jeff
     
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    Jeff I think you nailed it
     
  3. Snow

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    The longer are indeed safety posts for the lift.. they snap over to the lift posts and should be placed on opposite corners to prevent the roof from crashing down once up should the lift system fail. The smaller two bars are secondary bed supports for a king bed, by the looks of them they look to belong to the front bed and would attach to brackets that will be mounted fore and aft of the storage box..
     
  4. msims6

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    How do the crash bars go on? Tapered side up or tapered side down? There is on bolt hole on one end...do they bolt in permanent? Are they something that you attach after you crank up the roof and remove before cranking down? Thanks for your knowledge. You guys are awesome!
     
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    Tapered end goes up, slide the tapered end around the lift post and slide up, flat end will rest on the top ledge of the box.

    There is on bolt hole on one end...do they bolt in permanent? [/quote]

    Nope no need to bolt them, I have seen it were people have used a small bungee to hold them, but we never did.

    Are they something that you attach after you crank up the roof and remove before cranking down?
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    You got it.. install kitty corner after the roof is up all the way, and remove them prior to lowering the roof..
     
  6. JeffC

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    The raised metal you point to in your fourth pic are where they snap onto,your posts. That's all you need to hold them on.
     

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