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Old 02-09-2020
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Default Need back window cover panel 86PT

Our big back window cover panel is very rusty, so we're looking to see if we can find one in good condition to replace it. You know, the one that gets a mural painted on it...

Thanks for any info!
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Dave, here’s a price for a new one. If you’re interested you can work directly with them. This was sized for an FC so you need to verify dimensions.

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Any good fab shop can build one for you.
Its simple as it can be.
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A little info here,

https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...?t=4572&page=2
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Why did they cover the back windows to begin with?
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Why did they cover the back windows to begin with?
Well,just because!
I think it started out as a "new look" back in the day,but it does keep some heat out of the bedroom on the FC.
The factory covers were sprayed with foam on the inside,insulation.
I made one that we covered in stainless for woody,he polished it up like a new dime!
It was cool.
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I guess. We just pulled the blinds out of ours cause it was broken and we couldn't see out the back window. Just didn't make any sense to me to block a rear view like that, but to each their own I suppose.
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Yep , but you don't know if you don't know.

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I guess. We just pulled the blinds out of ours cause it was broken and we couldn't see out the back window. Just didn't make any sense to me to block a rear view like that, but to each their own I suppose.
I like the view too,and the light.
My 71 has the windows uncovered,and i like that.
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you could make one and hinge it at the top,then you could swing it up and use it as an awning.
I have some extra zipdee awnings that i was thinking of putting on the back,to shade the back window.
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