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Old 05-12-2012, 04:46 PM   #1
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Positive thoughts in a positive thread.

I'm starting a new thread because I want My MH to have a fresh start with her rebuilt engine. I'm getting excited, I should have her back sometime next week! I wasn't able to get a picture of the velcro disk things becasue she was up on the lifts...locked in the garage. When I get her back I'll post a picture of what I'm Talking about and see if it rings any bells for anyone and helps with ideas... I have seen people just tuck what looks like a sheet around the cab and into both doors to shade the cab and create privacy, but something inside might look nicer.
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Old 05-12-2012, 07:13 PM   #2
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They make Curtains for Motorhome front windows that last a long time. The ones i had in ours lasted over 10 years and not sure how much before us that they were made and installed. The new set was put in by us. They are 5 years and still going strong. Still look like new.
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Mine is a 1981 which has snaps screwed around the doors and windshield.At some point I am thinking I want to add slide curtains on a rod just behind the driver's/passenger seats to contain the dash heat of cooling while going down the road.
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Old 05-13-2012, 10:59 AM   #4
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Something like this is not very expensive and still looks nice too.
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OK... It'a not a closeup... but you can see one in this picture in the center and a bit of one on the left. there's one on the right and then where the camper part starts, 2 on the bump out parts on each side. So the curtain would basically wrap around the inside.




Will the cloth backed or sticky backed ones on fabric work with these? The part on the Motor home is the teeth part so I need the loop part they hang onto I suppose... I'm not much one for sewing but have neighbors that do and I could get them to do something for me if I don't find anything online, I suppose.
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