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Unread 01-06-2014, 12:12 PM   #16
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I just run them under the door with no issues.
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Unread 01-06-2014, 12:36 PM   #17
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As everyone else has said you can do it without a problem. Ben and his crew would be able to build you a pass through with out a problem I'm sure. My new Assassin 28 has one built in and I really like that feature. If your ordering order it the way you want it.
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I have a 60D, and it closes fine on Stoker wires without kinks.......I'm not sure why you would need to latch the door shut while cooking.
I'm a little compulsive about mechanical things, if the designer/engineer put it there I'm gonna use it. Don't know why but it will erk me if I don't.
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I never latch the door on our 84 except for going down the road. I believe you could wreck wires if you slam the door but I set it down easy and haven't had any trouble.
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84, under door as others said, just set it down easily...
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