I am at a loss for a name, it was in my records for my 03 Endeavor.
A Company in Elkhart In. does curtains & pull down shades both, prices were reasonable. Try google or whatever for RV shades -Elkhart.
Among others they did them for Neumar.
If no luck get back to my reg E-mail as I have real trouble navigating IRV2. [email protected]
__________________ Bill, Tricia, Maddie (boss dog) 2011 Dutch Star 4344-2014 CRV Honda. 32 Ford Roadster South Texas Renegades
We purchased material from Hobby Lobby (30% off) and black out material for the backing after the auto upholstery shop instructed us on the quantity we would require. Labor was $200 and they looked fantastic. 2 piece with velcro to join them in the center utilizing the existing hardware except new plastic eyelits.
We had our too thin white curtain replaced with MCD motorized day/night shades ...not cheap, but we really like them. Our coach came with Auto-motion sunvisors that were too small to do much good, and the driver shade fell apart several times WHILE I was driving ...yikes!. I used the wiring from them for the MCD shades. The MCD shades double as full width two part sun visors operable from the pilot seat.
Paul (KE5LXU) ...was fulltimin', now parttimin'
'03 Winnebago UA 40e / '17 Jeep Grand Cherokee toad
I just ordered some textilene 90 to make an outdoor windshield cover. I want to block most of the heat coming into the windshield area. On my coach the windshield curtains are missing. However there are motorized carefree shades that extend down for privacy. I plan to cut textilene to window shape, have a magnet sewn into the fabric, and stick the magnet to the metal I epoxy to the windshield corners...wish me luck.