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Old 06-16-2015, 09:02 AM   #1
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Rox-Sol Gard positioning question

I've purchased the Rox-Sol Gard for my 61 Flying Cloud, and now I'm wondering about the proper positioning of the hinge.

My front window still has an "eyebrow" over it, the top of which butts up to the (fading) Airstream emblem. (I'm attaching a picture. And yes, I plan on removing all the vulkem gunk before I do this work)

I've seen pictures where some owners have attached the hinge to the underside of the (let's call it) "eyelash", and another video showing it attached to the upper section - where the eyebrow connects to the panels, just below the emblem.

I'm hoping someone who has done this work might have a recommendation.
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