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Old 03-27-2017, 04:17 PM   #1
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Default Mating can to box.

I have a 2000 26' u-haul that I'm going to convert into a motorhome home. What is everyone using to mount the cab to the box. A seal or gasket? Or heard mounting them together. I'm wanting to build a toy hauler with a pass through
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You wanting to cut a hole through from the cab to the box? I think there are places you can buy the accordian boot gasket to do that. Probably google would help find those?
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I used a Uni Grip product, One of these, Accordion Seals | Uni-Grip Inc., has room for movement between the box and the cab, and was pretty easy to work with.
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Semper Gumby.

Frames flex. They twist and swivel.

For mating, please consider using a flexible coupling. An accordion affair. Something with plenty of give.

Let us know about your experiences.
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