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Author Topic: R & M Fiberglass ? / MCI 5C roof slope fitting to caps  (Read 1244 times)
Tom Y
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80 5C With Cummins L10 in Progress

« on: May 13, 2007, 06:07:49 AM »

I am to the point I need to buy a rear cap and maybe a front or rear surround. My question is others have built there own and closed in below the cap. So can those of you that have post some pictures or tell me what you did? I do not see a way to fill in under my rear cap because it comes off at a angle. But Iw ould think someone has an idea for this also. ? Thanks  Tom Y   
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Tom Yaegle
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« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2007, 09:17:43 AM »


Don't the caps from R&M take this into account?  I seem to remember they sent me a video on how-to replace the caps.  I don't think it covered the slope tho'.  Did you ask R&M about this?

Anybody with an assist for Tom? 

(I've re-titled your question to hopefully get a few more hits)

Hope this helps, Phil

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