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Old 06-15-2015, 05:05 PM   #1
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Question for bclemens - Forester 2301

Picking up my brand new 2301 on Monday. I have one minor modification that I would like to make in it. From the factory there is a sliding accordian style door that separates the rear bed and sink area from the rest of the coach interior.

I would like to add a curtain that follows the outside/end of the rear queen bed so that it can be closed, giving privacy to occupants of the rear queen, while still allowing access to the bathroom and bath sink to other coach occupants.

Can I attach an aluminum curtain track, similar to the one used for the accordian door, to the ceiling above the foot of the rear queen? I wasn't sure about wiring and A/C ductwork locations. I don't want to drive a screw into an electrical line or A/C duct.


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Old 06-22-2015, 11:20 AM   #2
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You should be able to. Even if there is duct work, its block foam. Wiring would be another issue but just use short screws or a hollow core door fastener as there is no back. You're just going into the ceiling board.
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