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Old 05-14-2012, 01:41 PM   #1
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Day Night shade pulls ??

What seems like a long time ago, I saw some threads about "Day Night shade" pulls.
The current Pace Arrow shades are very hard to get ahold of and are a pain to pull down.
Can anyone point me to a web site, or let me know where to get them??

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Old 05-17-2012, 08:35 PM   #2
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If you are talking about the day/night shades that are mounted on strings and have two shades per set, we solved the problem by going to our local RV shop and purchasing finger tabs that screw onto the bottom of the shade. These make the shades easier to operate because you get a much better grip on the shade.
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We also make sure to raise or lower one shade at a time. Some people will try to do both and that can be tricky. Also the strings on each side are wound around or through round plastic bobbin like thingys which can be loosened slightly for tension adjustments. I would think that Lowes or Home Depot would have some small round knobs that could be screwed into the rigid bottom part od your shades.
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We also make sure to raise or lower one shade at a time. Some people will try to do both and that can be tricky. Also the strings on each side are wound around or through round plastic bobbin like thingys which can be loosened slightly for tension adjustments. I would think that Lowes or Home Depot would have some small round knobs that could be screwed into the rigid bottom part od your shades.
Ours have been bent because the grandkids (and DW) did (or tried to do) both at the same time.
Ours do have small, white plastic knobs on them.
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