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Old 09-12-2014, 02:18 PM   #1
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Interior front window blind

I am tired of fighting with the "accordion" style interior windshield blind in my 2005 40 DSO 4 TS. Has anyone a suggestion for an easier to use blind which stores well in the side compartments? Or, is there a trick to storing the accordion style blind?
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We did not care for ours either. Since we had planned to update our interior over time we went to the MCD factory in Texas and had new shades installed throughout the coach.
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Ours have just been replaced also. The better half just finished making drapes for the coach. We saved the plastic strips from the ends of the old pleats to use for ease of locking panels together. we had to purchase a few extra hangers. We used grommets similar to old pleats. They store using the original strap for the pleats.
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