Post by offspringin on Mar 13, 2012 15:29:31 GMT -5
I have been floating the idea of an aluminum framed plexi panel. Mine would use 4 angles screwed in using 4 existing holes that hold the window in place on each side and then somehone the angle would screw or bolt into the aluminum frame of the guard. It would be clear so you wouldnt really have to take it off when camping if you didnt want to open the window. If you did want to open it you just remove it as part of setting up camp. Of course this has not materialized as of yet but it may happen this year....
If you can't fix it with a hammer you have an electrical problem.
Post by universalexports on Mar 13, 2012 17:49:54 GMT -5
have you seen the front of the trailer in the thread "a Soldiers Shasta surprise"? they used what looks like that metal stuff toolboxes and stuff are made out of, I think it is called diamond plate, and made a box on the front, looked real good. I'm thinking about using that for the lower front part. and paint it the same color as the camper. a guy here in town has a brake, and may be able to put the creases in it.
Post by LittleVintageTrailer on Mar 14, 2012 8:21:11 GMT -5
This is one that was made for me. They cut down a larger one so it will fit mine. I haven't installed it yet (on my list for this weekend). I'm a little nervous as I believe it has to be screwed directly into the skin