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Old 08-26-2014, 08:43 AM   #171
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Have used mine a few times and like them. Plan on using them more now that I have the window sun shades. Did not like using them with the curtain.
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:58 AM   #172
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MikeGjax are you using the silver sun shades?

I'd like to do something different for the cab curtain. One that lets you use the cab area on all models. I've run a few protos but nothing really works all that well for privacy and ease of setup/take down.
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Yes, silver on the outside, white inside. Door shades held in place with suction cups, front with tight fit and sun visors. I really like them. I know some companies use the permanently mounted pleated accordion type. Nice, but very pricey!
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Old 11-13-2014, 07:42 PM   #176
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I built this little step/storage bin to fit between the cabin seats. Both tops open for access. My dog likes to sit there sometimes.
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Old 11-13-2014, 09:07 PM   #177
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Yes, silver on the outside, white inside. Door shades held in place with suction cups, front with tight fit and sun visors. I really like them. I know some companies use the permanently mounted pleated accordion type. Nice, but very pricey!
We bought the same ones from High-End Motorsports, based on your recommendation and others here. Seventy dollars well spent - they look good, keep the sun out, and are easy to put up and stow away.
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Yes, silver on the outside, white inside. Door shades held in place with suction cups, front with tight fit and sun visors. I really like them. I know some companies use the permanently mounted pleated accordion type. Nice, but very pricey!
We bought the same ones from High-End Motorsports, based on your recommendation and others here. Seventy dollars well spent - they look good, keep the sun out, and are very easy to put up and stow away.

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MikeGjax are you using the silver sun shades?

I'd like to do something different for the cab curtain. One that lets you use the cab area on all models. I've run a few protos but nothing really works all that well for privacy and ease of setup/take down.

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I got the information for High-End Motorsports from another member on this forum. Great recommend.
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