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  1. Nomad74
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    Just got around to mounting my HF sprayer holder. I wasn’t sure where to place it. I was going to mount it on the rear door, but weight does weird things to the Promaster door hinges. If I’m parked at an angle, the doors won’t close. I figured it was better to not mount anything on the doors.

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    The weight of the doors while parked at an angle make the springs on the door hinges tilt out of alignment. I learned this the hard way.
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    what are the purpose of springs on a van door hinge ?

    can you post a pic ?
    Cause I'm feeling rather dUm right now trying comprehend how a door on a van can get so far out of align to not close simply parked at angle :headscratch:

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    You’re over thinking this Mullet.
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    Its too hot to be working on my truckmount.

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    Geez!! In THAT HEAT you could slim down pretty quick if you changed your diet. :stir:
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    I really like this HF holder. Really good build quality. Sorry. I dont remember who built it. @Mikey P or @FredC can you helpe me out here?

    Wait till you guys see what I’m installing now. I am going to get so much crap from you guys.
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    A tailgate BBQ so you can make your own baconators?
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    Here’s a hint

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    Pressure hose or fresh water? Electric?

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