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You can do a little searching online to find tutorials for tying sailing knots. If there is a specific knot that you are looking for I would suggest going to Wikipedia to see the list of knots and then look YouTube or a site like eHow for step by step instructions for how to tie them.
If you go with the 2 bolt you will need (I presume) to drill 2 holes into the tile.
put toilet in place where it will sit and mark the holes , take away toilet and drill the holes with a 7ml tile drill bit (masking tape put over the tile will help you to not slip when starting off the hole). Drill deep enough to insert 7ml rawl plugs. then place the toilet back and fix down with screws long enough to go through the toilet and 3/4 of the rawl plug.
You will need;
Electric percussion drill or descent battery drill.
7 ml tile drill bit
2 x rawl plug 7ml
2 x screw
masking tape is handy
hope this helps,
Not just the part you were looking for, but since it seems that it may be the only realistic choice (besides taking an unsafe gamble at a salvage yard). You could replace the rack or just swipe off the part you need and store the rest of the new unit. Although if the current inner tie rod is worn or was damage due to accident, it wouldn't be a bad idea at the price they list to just replace the entire unit.
Sorry I couldn't find anything more on that but it seems as though the product line for that year/model is quickly drying up and not being replaced.
you have lost convergence. First thing to check is to see if you are missing the convergence option in the customer setup menu. if you do not have this option then i suggest reading the article in the tips and tricks section entiltled "the fl231 fuse problem" this is a common and sometime easy repair if you do have it then you might need a convergence power board
Way back in the eighties when I had a Darmah I fitted a small rack off a BMW K-series on the ducktail. It wasn't huge but it allowed me to carry stuff and tie it down and so on. Don't know if that helps but maybe a wrecker has an old K?,,