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  1. #21
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    Hi Clay, you should reposition your cover a bit if you can. Mine melted a bit when it touched the exhaust pipe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shep View Post
    Hi Clay, you should reposition your cover a bit if you can. Mine melted a bit when it touched the exhaust pipe
    Yeah it wants to sit slightly to one side, I might get a couple of eyelets put in it and then I can put a little tension on it to even it out.
    I was kinda wondering how long it will be before it wants to melt.
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