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Old 06-06-2008, 05:34 PM   #15
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I travel with the range & sink covers in place & have had no problem with them flying out of position even on the roughest of roads or during severe stops. Used Grip-It place mats underneath range covers and it keeps them from sliding & rattling around.
To stop the range top grills from rattling, I used appropriate sized o-rings from hardware store & slipped them (2 ea grill) onto the grill locating pins.
Ain't had no window screen noise.
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Old 06-07-2008, 02:40 PM   #16
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Rick, to our knowledge I don't think we have any wind screen noise. We have the blinds banging around and solved that with some 1" foam that I purchased at Wal-Mart in 3 X 3 sheets.By the way that foam is great for stuffing in tool boxes, drawers, etc. to shut things up.

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Old 06-08-2008, 04:03 AM   #17
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I believe at one of the rallies here on the East Coast about two years ago one of the members commented that he had to make a really true panic stop. Fortunately the coach did stop in time. This is when you really learn what you should have put away. The first two items were the sink top covers as they both hit the back of his drivers seat just missing his head and/or the windshields. I am certain they would definitely kill you. I have never had my sink and range tops on since while traveling.

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