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Old 04-08-2015, 06:48 PM   #1
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Replacement windshield curtains

Our 94 Signature has curtains that have seen much better days.

They measure 42" high and the rail is 190" long. We have a small section that is used to cover the side window while allowing entry and exit through the door. So it is actually three pieces of curtain.

I have checked the usual suspects but they have 36" or 48" high.

Does anyone know where we can get some?

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We purchased normal house curtains from Lowes, then took them to a local lady that does sewing. She turned them sideways, put a backing on them, pleated the side (new top) and sewed some Velcro on them. Our cost was about 1/3 what we see RV curtains advertised.
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Old 04-09-2015, 07:16 PM   #3
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My wife recently made ours, as the originals had seen better days as well. We bought fairly heavy curtains with the backing (blackout) to them for both privacy as well as the thermal barrier (helps with cooling in the summer) and noise. The "standard" sizes we saw online were the wrong length also, plus I wanted them a bit longer than the originals because I like to tuck them back to the bottom of the windshield so I can still access the dashboard with them closed. She also made the pleats and did the "two piece" on the passenger side as well as new tie-backs. They came out great. I'll see if she'd be willing to make another set.
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