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Old 01-09-2012, 05:40 PM   #85
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You sure that's not post #15
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Old 01-09-2012, 05:42 PM   #86
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Look again. With my browser, it 6 & 15
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Old 01-09-2012, 05:45 PM   #87
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You're wearing me out. Yes , you are correct sir.
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Old 01-09-2012, 06:26 PM   #88
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As long as I'm bit**ing, my #2 dumb design is a huge wraparound dinette that could seat 6 and takes up half the living space, but has a table barely big enough for two and is unsuitable for lounging.
That is one design I see more often now.

The other is the new "frame-less windows" found on the Aerolite / Kodak tt's which only open up 2".
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Old 01-09-2012, 07:09 PM   #89
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Looking forward to seeing how you guys get that shade between the two doors. There's not enough room on mine, but I wish you good luck.
Where there's a will, there's a way!! I was thinking more of a skinny blind to go over the window on the door, but I haven't really looked closely at the amount of available space. Since the moho is in storage across town, I can't saunter out there and have a look-see. Thanks for the good wishes!!
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My door shade works fine for a 18 yr old coach. But it only has 41k miles on it. These are the closest looking type shades on all the other windows.
Matchstick Blinds & Woven Blinds - Economy Woven Shades - JustBlinds.com I think 'dark beige' is the color.

They keep out alot of light, and seem to do a far job right now keeping the heat in. On the 5-6' long ones over couch & bed, I added a long stretch of 1/2" wide elastic (from wallyworld sewing dept) that hooks to the wall on each side at the bottom to keep the shade tight against the wall.

I added an electrical eyelet terminal to each end of the cord, then a big-head screw into the wall at each end of shade. I remove it after winter, to pull shade up.
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I already have a reflective shade that I Velcro to the door window when parked at home. I only use the pull-down for privacy at night, but it would make it easier to walk the dog if it was attached to the door instead of the header.
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Old 01-10-2012, 10:49 AM   #92
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I also have a pull down blind mounted to the headliner. I was thinking about just getting a roll of the window cling from home depot. It comes in all different designs. and its great for privacy. But then i changed my mind because I like being able to see out my door window, but if you wouldn't mind losing the ability to look through your door window the window cling would be good.
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seems like most of the problems arise from the desire to have more "features" to drive the bottom line up on the price tag.... of course, i'm a functioning Luddite as far as modern technology goes... i suffer along with this here com-puter and a cell phone that's what, eight years old now?

i was a Navy Storekeeper by trade, but when my Division officer read my files and found out i'd been trained as a Draftsman, he put me to work drawing up rework for shipboard Supply dept spaces..... which put me in the same office as the Engineer a lot of time. he ranted and raved about the guys who laid out the ship originally... there were places where he'd had the Hull Techs dice and splice things to get to other things for repair.... and every one of them had to be documented.

i don't do that sort of work anymore.... migraines, you know.
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We have lots of switches to turn on the hall, bedroom and LR lights located thru-out the coach. But only one switch for the overhead kitchen lights and it is located right near the front door by the passenger seat on the side of a cabinet. Really? I have to walk half the length of the coach to turn on the kitchen lights?
There are 2 couches in the LR. One is a bed that has storage under it. The other? No bed and no storage. Thinking of taking out that one and putting in one of those fireplaces.
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I wouldn't say my couch/bed has storage under it, but I did find 3 sets of seat belts.
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We have lots of switches to turn on the hall, bedroom and LR lights located thru-out the coach. But only one switch for the overhead kitchen lights and it is located right near the front door by the passenger seat on the side of a cabinet. Really? I have to walk half the length of the coach to turn on the kitchen lights?
There are 2 couches in the LR. One is a bed that has storage under it. The other? No bed and no storage. Thinking of taking out that one and putting in one of those fireplaces.
I love your idea of the fireplace. I know if I had 2 couches one would for sure have to go.
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I know if I had 2 couches one would for sure have to go.
Ditto. Our couch isn't the most comfy thing, so I'd love to have a couple of recliners instead. Maybe someday!
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My friend removed his couch and put one of those folding wire doggie pens there.
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