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Old 06-08-2014, 09:35 PM   #1
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Front curtain removal

I have a 1999 winnibago suncruiser. trying to replace the front curtains. I thought that if I removed the track that holds the curtain. I could remove the curtain. took all the screws out but the track is somehow attached to the ceiling. How do I get the curtain off
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Look to see if the track end above the dash has a stop, mine does. When the stop is removed, and the curtain is taken loose at the sides, it may then be simply slid off the track above the dash.
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it looks like some very small screws that hold the stops in place. As usual, the screw heads are on the side without access. that's why I thought if I took the track down then they would be easy to access. did you have a small screw driver ?
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it looks like some very small screws that hold the stops in place. As usual, the screw heads are on the side without access. that's why I thought if I took the track down then they would be easy to access. did you have a small screw driver ?
Mine were on the bottom of the track. Can yours be turned with a needle-nose plier? If not, perhaps you can find a cheap,small screwdriver and bend the tip 90 deg. to loosen the screws.
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Thanks, I'll try.. but I can't figure out why the track will not come down
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