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Old 08-31-2011, 07:10 PM   #11
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We did that in our 373. It's very easy to do. I went to Home Depot and got a solid wood (about 1" diameter) curtain rod. I then cut it to the length of the interior of the coach from wall to wall less about a 1/4" on both ends. Next I got a felt pad like they use under chair legs and applied one to both ends. A hole through the rod and a sting loop allows the use of a picture wall mount on each wall to hold up the rod. This is nice because it also makes it removable. Add a set of curtains of your choice and you're good to go.

Works great at keeping the dash air up front while driving.

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