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Thread: Rotopax dual mount plate on Evo hinge carrier

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
    Your not wrong....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    "You're" dammit!
    You're correct. Sorry for my grammatical error

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
    ... The Evo bracket has square holes and some pictures of the universal mount has square holes leading me to believe a carriage bolt would be used to be nice and flush and out of the way of the gas can itself. Are they necessary... Probably not... But idk how tall of a bolt head will hit the gas can. Can I drill a hole in the universal mount to line up with the Evo mount.... Yes.
    I wouldn't think a button head bolt would sit any less flush than a carriage bolt, but I could be wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
    you're correct. Sorry for my grammatical error

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    I’d have a beer and just order the Amazon one, worst case scenario amazon is super easy to return and you have to have another beer while doing the return process. Best case scenario you get the correct one and get to have a beer while you install it. Win-win; 2 beers either way!


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    Quote Originally Posted by RockinAZJK View Post
    I’d have a beer and just order the Amazon one, worst case scenario amazon is super easy to return and you have to have another beer while doing the return process. Best case scenario you get the correct one and get to have a beer while you install it. Win-win; 2 beers either way!


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