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Old 02-10-2009, 01:22 PM   #15
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I'm with Route 66 on this issue. Many, many threads are not originated in the correct forum. I appreciate the linking that is done by the moderators.

On this specific thread, the first picture, in my link, is of a coach windshield, so what. All the other pictures are of side windows and may be of value to the OP.
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Old 02-10-2009, 01:31 PM   #16
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I'm with Route 66 on this issue. Many, many threads are not originated in the correct forum. I appreciate the linking that is done by the moderators.

On this specific thread, the first picture, in my link, is of a coach windshield, so what. All the other pictures are of side windows and may be of value to the OP.
, That is fine if they would do it right away, but they like to let them sit for a couple days and then cross thread them.. So no wonder there are no replies right away everyone is waiting to see where the thread is going to be crossed threaded to or left alone where it originated …Book2
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In this case the OP was 9:03PM and it was linked at 9:18PM the same day.
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Old 02-10-2009, 01:46 PM   #18
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Book2,
just a little patience please, unless you do not want IRV2 members reading and responding to posted threads, than I'm a little confused why so upset. We may not be Excel owners, but many are former 5ver's and or mh owners compare to what we have currently. We still have the expertise or experience to be able to help or offer ideas. Yep, some do get off course sometimes, but we get back---

As far as the MODS taking time sometimes, remember, they have the highest paid job on this website. So, since most of them have to hold done a real job, they don't live on this site around the clock.

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Ruppr , naw every other time they let folks know that a thread is going to be crossed threaded and they didn’t on this….I enjoy what others got to share.. In fact on this latest unit of mine I did not do the traditional awning ordeal that the dealers like to push of…..like this…..And if you are Book1, I bet you aren’t traveling thumbs down…..Book2
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Nah, fully retired Book2. Been East to West, North to South,(book2) 45+ years, last 16 at home (San Antonio) in management on the other side of the fence.

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i'm sure glad somebody jumped into this thread to try to answer the sun shade ? not to get into detail but the only diff. is the windshied! who cares! we're all here to help each other. its called rv'ing whether a,b,c,5'r or tow behind. lifes short lets have fun!
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