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Old 01-24-2010, 08:03 PM   #1
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remodeling 1999 windsor window boxes

I am remodeling the window boxes in my monoco windsor, has anyone done this or has pictures of the remodel. thank you
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Old 01-24-2010, 08:46 PM   #2
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I did this on my previous motor home. Before removing the boxes, I made sure to note what was visible inside the box so that it was finished nicely. I was able to select a material that I liked and rewrapped the boxes, hiding the seems on the inside near the outer edge (farthest from glass) so they couldn't be seen.
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My wife and I did all of them on our 96 HR, It was nice to get rid of the paisley type decor. It was not hard to do at all. I don't have any before pics but maybe I could take a few afters for you if needed.

Just be careful taking them apart, there are screws and staple embedded everywhere. The hardest thing was actually finding all the fabric! Work as a team and you'll do just fine.

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thank you so much for your input i will take pics after i am finished. your right finding the right fabric is a JOB!!
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