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Old 06-23-2014, 09:45 PM   #15
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After a recent trip to Lake Superior (clouds of skeeters and d'ay bite ya) I started investigating screens for the slider opening for my 2013 RT E-Trek. After some measuring I took a leap and ordered a Bug Off 60" x 80" screen system ("reversible" version, so that the entry/exit cut is off center). It's hung from a tension rod and fits the opening nearly perfectly. Magnets for closure and Velcro for attachment on sides. Found one for $45 via google search. About $20 more on Amazon. Works great! Only down side is that the slider can't be fully closed and latched when it is installed. Easy on, easy off. For dog, easy in, easy out.

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Advanced RV in Ohio would install a screen door for you. Won't be cheap but their work is outstanding.

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Old 08-27-2014, 04:00 PM   #17
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I came across this place that makes custom size retractable screens. I don't know if they would work in a class B, and considering the curved sides. I priced a 30"w x 54"h screen at $191.25 for a surface mount. I assume that is the cassette that the screen retracts into. Other questions - frame top and bottom? mountable in van entry position?
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Old 09-23-2014, 07:36 PM   #18
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Has anyone come up with a good idea for a screened door on the main entry sliding door?

We're still searching for a B van, Roadtrek probably, and want to leave the main entry/sliding door open for ventilation without inviting all the bugs in.


Pleasure-Way's 2015 Plateau TS has a screen door this year. They had to shave a little off the cabinets to make it fit but they did it. It is retractable and looks great.

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