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New sunseeker 07-27-2016 04:32 PM

New member from va with ?
 
Been looking into a skirt to use in winter for my 27ft sunseeker class c. See lots for fifth wheels but not much for motorhome a on web. Any ideas out there that aren't too costly.

geeman53 07-28-2016 07:46 AM

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Welcome from SW Ohio !2016-06-29 05.36.47.jpg Is the windshield cover what you are reffering to as a skirt !

New sunseeker 07-28-2016 06:55 PM

Winter skirt
 
I was looking for something to put around the motorhome underneath to keep it warmer. I don't think the windshield thing is called a skirt.

geeman53 07-30-2016 12:29 PM

No ,it's the windshield cover . A skirt on the coach bottom ,I have not seen. I have sealed ,not resealed, various places around our SS. The coach door latch was a huge source of air infiltration that I sealed. Holding tank heat pads is a must. Good luck !

clr 07-30-2016 01:00 PM

I do not belive that I have ever seen a (store bought) type of skirt. Most are custom built, the most common is foam insulation sheets that the person cut and fitted to slats of wood. The foam sheets come in 4 foot by 8 foot sections and are easy to cut, the frame and the overall look of the modification is the hard part. FYI spending a winter in a RV in the North takes preparation. Most RV are not made for 4 seasons but some are you will have to deal with moisture in the RV if not built for winter. I have even seen bails of straw placed under the RV for a skirt, but I would not recommend the mice love this arrangement.

New sunseeker 07-31-2016 06:03 PM

Ok thanks!


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