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M - What holds the hood in place?

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Ncarolinasailor

11-03-2016 08:26:09




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Does anyone have a pic of the hood with the latch holding it? My hood has the latches and I see a small tab on the tank but there is no way the latch would line up with it...




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Southern Ray

11-03-2016 16:32:01




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 Re: M - What holds the hood in place? in reply to Ncarolinasailor, 11-03-2016 08:26:09  
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There should be a bracket welded to both sides of the tank to receive the J hook.
If none then they somehow got broken off or cut off.



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John M

11-03-2016 08:37:23




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 Re: M - What holds the hood in place? in reply to Ncarolinasailor, 11-03-2016 08:26:09  
Unless someone cut the off, there should be like an ear on the pieces on the tank, that are angled. Pull down and turn the J hooks until the bent section on the end of the hook lines up with the eat and let the hook back up. Sorry no pics.



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Ken Christopherson

11-03-2016 13:35:33




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 Re: M - What holds the hood in place? in reply to John M, 11-03-2016 08:37:23  
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This should help with a picture of the tabs on the tank. A lot of time the hooks/holes in the hood bracket that the hooks ride in are worn, so they don't exactly fit correctly. Just have to do the best you can, otherwise I am sure there are companies out there that make reproduction hood latch assemblies.

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Ncarolinasailor

11-03-2016 09:20:44




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 Re: M - What holds the hood in place? in reply to John M, 11-03-2016 08:37:23  
Thanks - I'll give that a try!



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