We have a Sunseeker 2300 and are wondering what those with the same rig do when it's raining. We have windows that slide sideways open and every time it rains we have to close the dinette and bedroom windows or rain gets in. I've looked for things online to put on the windows or for other ideas and can't seem to find any info? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
I added a Carefree SL awning over our dinette window. Here are some dimensions to help you order the correct size. I ordered the 5 1/2 foot. The rail that attaches to the camper is 66 inches, The material width is 61 inches and where the arms attach it is 68 inches outside to outside. I offset mine to the one side where the window slides open for a little better rain protection rather than center it. You have to mount it really high so when its pulled open you can still see under it. Good luck with your search.
have you considered a shade material to cover the glass and screens?
We have coolaroo shade screens on our windows to reduce sunheating to the glass. It also acts as a screen barrier to keep rain out.
the link will show you the material used and has snaps to attach to trailer/coach windows.
You have two choices;
1) close the window
2) you can get stick on gutters and put them above the window and wrap the gutter around the top so the water goes down the wall
and you still will get water in the window using above.
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