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Old 04-22-2015, 08:56 PM   #21
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But with paint on the outside and window cling on the inside, you still don't have hail damage protection on the outside of the skylight.
THAT is a good Point Neil -- we need to talk about your mod at Nashville -- I had NOT thought of that
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THAT is a good Point Neil -- we need to talk about your mod at Nashville -- I had NOT thought of that
The flat layout is in the FRF library and the material is available @ Lowes and you can cut it with scissors. Just get with the program.
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There are covers that are made of the same material used for car/truck windshield sunscreens. they are at Camping World. We bought one that was 16" x 24". My husband used double sided Velcro. Fits perfectly. When you want light, or warmth, it is easily removed.
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