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Old 04-02-2021, 06:05 AM   #15
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Just bought a new Travato KL RV. It did not come with cab window coverings. Any recommendations for easy but high quality window coverings for all windows and the windshield in the cab? Also, is it easy to remove the toilet? Looking to install a dry flush toilet by Laveo. Thanks

There are some custom coverings available, but I can't recall. I do know they can be pricey.


If your plan is just to block out light for sleeping, may think about a full blackout partition curtain just behind the front seats using a rod or bungie cord. I've seen this a lot.


If you want to maintain your front seats facing rearward for seating and still have the blackout, you would make the curtain long enough to drape over the back of the seats. I'm sure this would be much cheaper.



I plan on doing this in my coach, when it's ready in August.
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If your plan is just to block out light for sleeping, may think about a full blackout partition curtain just behind the front seats using a rod or bungie cord. I've seen this a lot.
That's what I did for the first couple of trips, using a heavy bungie with soft hooks connected to the two grab handles over the doors. But I now have a white cover that goes over the outside of the windshield and door windows, with magnets in a couple of spots. Gives more room inside, and does better than the sheet we used before. But it does get wet in the rain, and has to be put on in the rain, so there's that.

Oh, mine's a Sprinter, but I would think they're readily available for other vans or cutaways.
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If you want high-quality custom shades for your windshield and side windows, you could try these. We ordered a set for our Sprinter, and they also make shades for Promaster. I will admit up front that the prices are not low, but they are custom, handmade, in Oregon (e.g. Made in the USA).

https://www.vanmadegear.com/product-category/Promaster/
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Window shades

Need to know the year. It all changed 2019. I bought weatherguards, work great. Now have a set that came with my 2019 rig I'll sell. Wanted something lighter duty
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Travato 1/2Ē open holes in cab floor

Does anyone else have drilled 1/2Ē diameter holes in their pro master cab floor through the rubber and insulation near the rear of the passenger seat on both sides? If so what did you use to seal the holes? The one on the door side is half underneath the seat base. Winnebago said Ram leaves these predrilled holes for seat differences. If so what prevents water from going down them onto the metal? Seems like an unfinished look for a $135,000 vehicle.
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I have a 2020.5K and have the same holes in the floor mat. It did bother me a bit at first but I donít notice it so much anymore. I just left the holes infilled.
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I went to Lowes (hardware store) and bought plastic plugs to go in the holes.
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Holes in floor

Thanks. Thatís what Iím thinking of doing, rubber plugs.
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Floor hole plugs in Travato

We bought 1/2Ē hole plugs (Polypropylene) from WIDGETCO.com they fit perfectly , come in grey (not a dark grey), black or white. Just push them into the holes. I thought the grey color was ok but I ordered black ones too just to see the difference.
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