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Old 11-16-2005, 01:24 PM   #1
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Which way do you hang??

Just got home and my new front curtain tracks have arrived from Inland RV. The question is which was to hang the track mounts? The mounts have two holes to fasten to the front cap, but do you want the track as close to the lip as possible or back a bit? I'm thinking the former, but know the wise ones out there will run right out to look at their factory installations..... with my thanks.
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