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Old 06-28-2015, 03:32 PM   #11
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those are expensive. you can get the same thing, at Cabelas, REI or Bass Pro for about $5 less.
or there are a number of internet dealers that sell them.
the average price is around $13.
Those are exactly what we got, shipped to the house for $29+ change....closest Cabala's is 50 miles....
got to love Ebay
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Old 06-29-2015, 06:12 PM   #12
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We have the PUG's on our bunkends but they are about 5-6 too short. I just received the solar blankets I ordered from WalMart to add those inches to the end near the top of the bunk. I hope this will make it easier to reach the roof since it is so high to install the PUG with the bungee cords.

Somewhere on here I read that some have used these around the inside of the bunkends in colder weather so I ordered extra blankets. Does the silver side of these blankets face the inside of the trailer? I got these for about $9 with free shipping.
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Old 06-30-2015, 11:29 PM   #13
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Is your camper not a Roo? The blankets I purchased are the perfect size! I thought pugs were made to the right size for your camper. If I had gotten a popup with a King bunk, I would have been in trouble. But I have 3 queen bunks, and don't think I will need them that often, so I am making them to save.


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Old 07-04-2015, 09:38 PM   #14
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I got the space blankets for $8 or $9 a piece. I am looking for that 'bungee' stretchy cord to make my own without the spring clips on the tent. Haven't found it yet.....


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This is what I am going to use. I already have the supplies (my tarp clips are a little different since I bought them years ago for another project that never happened), just waiting until we are camping in Florida to set it up.

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US Stock 20 Pcs 1 4" Shock Cord Hook Terminal End s Bungee Hooks to Use on Kayak | eBay

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Wow thank you! I couldn't find the bungee cord anywhere. Thought I was going t.o have to use a braided cord instead. Walmart has those tarp clips, and I thought they were too snug to slide on the thickness of tent and blanket without too much effort. They were the kind I wanted though. I have 3 bunks in a Roo 183, and that is one of the reasons I wanted to save and make them. I'm going to order up the bungee right away!


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