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RE: Buying a Former Rental Class C. How many of us out there?

Marty Great Job!! Thanks for sharing your latest Mod,and the pictures of your handy work. I am sure that others here on the Forum that want to do the same will be helped by your informative post. Are These the ones that you installed? If so I will archive it all and keep it for future use in case others come along and want to do the same thing. Thanks again for coming back again and sharing your mod with the others,keep it up. No, I didn't see that model when I searched for what would fit a 2011 E-350/450. The model I ordered was the DeeZEE DZ2045 which lists the dimensions as 40x11x8. The one you found is the DZ1034 with dimensions 40x17x8... so a little taller mud flap??? and a little more $. Other than that I'm not sure the differences. When I get some time, I'll post some pics of the brackets, I didn't take any during the install cause I didn't want to get my phone dirty cause I had lock-tite all over my Marty
MtnBikeMarty 01/21/22 06:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Buying a Former Rental Class C. How many of us out there?

Howdy all Former Rental Owners! I finally installed my Christmas present... Running boards, great addition as I get older. DeeZee 39" diamond plate running boards, about $230 from Amazon. Not too hard to install, cause I was able to do it, but kinda hard too, you gotta drill 2 holes in the frame for the brackets on each side, as well as, drilling in the pinch welds under the door and in the wheel well. I broke 2 of the DeeZee sheetmetal screws as I was ratchetting them into the frame, gave up trying to drill them out, figured out I could use 2 existing holes (passenger side) and bought bolts/nuts/washers and used them instead. Drilled driver's side carefully, WATCH OUT FOR THE BRAKE LINE AND GAS LINE, and then I used the purchased nuts and bolts, instead of the mfg's large sheet metal screws again. Measured and marked several times before drilling, lined everything before tightening them up with blue lock-tight, that I decided to add as precaution. Life is so much nicer getting in and out of the cab, and I have mud flaps now, cause you know how stuff sprays up on the front edge of the coach.
MtnBikeMarty 01/20/22 06:05pm Class C Motorhomes
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