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Old 02-18-2013, 03:06 PM   #1
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Question about snaps

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I have a 2007 Winnebago Chalet 22ft e350. On the side of the bed over the cab are two snaps. I am trying to figure out what they are. There aren't any snaps on the privacy curtain for the cab bed...could their be a privacy panel that blocks the drivers seats from the rest of the cab??
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Old 02-18-2013, 07:46 PM   #2
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Yes, there's a sort of curtain that snaps in place between those 2pairs of snaps that forms a privacy curtain so that the back of the coach is screened from view by folks looking in the front windows.
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Thank you, now my next question, do you happen to know where I could find it? It didn't come with the MH 😳
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Mine didn't come with one either. In my case a friend of the DW made us up 2 sets. One totally opaque, one sheer to allow light, but block folks from seeing in. IIRC it was about $30 worth of supplies.

I've spoken to others who just bought (or used existing) curtains and altered them to fit.

As a tip from the first one I had made, get whoever makes them to sew in a length of nylon webbing from one of those little ratchet tie-downs. We used cotton tape on the first one, the weight of the curtain stretched out so much it was useless after the first day.
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You could probably rig some heavy duty velcro to hold up a privacy curtain.
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Thank you You are all giving my some really good ideas!
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