I'll update as soon as I get a chance to install them Dan. Cam said recently that one side fit without any interference and the other side needed a slight sanding to fit. The beauty of my design is the fact the spring is smaller in diameter and pivots freely without brushing against the arm.Ken
Question. The two ends white and orange with the “z” shaped bracket, does yours hit the interior fiberglass once mounted? Mine did and I had to modify my bracket. I also have a problem with the spring pulling the tumbler around sometimes so it repositions into the locked position.
If yours works, then I need to modify mine again to imitate your set up. Mines very similar, but I do have a little issue. PS I managed to bend some solid rods in lieu of wire, but I don’t think it makes much difference. It opens the door.
Thanks Ken, steel or aluminum? I don’t seem to see them on other builds. Wonder if they were used for spacing or to mount the rack more securely.Those are spacers installed by the factory. I believe, from memory, they are approx 1/4” thick. The main L bracket had one as well.