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Old 04-24-2016, 11:23 AM   #1
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Got my MacGuyver on

My 310 had two hardish plastic clumbersome curtains separating mid cabin bathroom from the front and rear of the coach. Since they didn't match the new color scheme and I kept hitting my head on the cross tracks, they're gone.

So I want to develop a collapsible curtain support that would almost disappear into the rear wardrobe and front kitchen cabinet when not in use but would be easy to pull out with curtain attached to it.

Starting with this........We'll see how it goes.


BTW Great show, really miss it.
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Old 04-25-2016, 05:42 AM   #2
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Ok, Ill be watching this one.
I ended up removing both those funky vinyl accordian doors along with the slide rail. It looks much cleaner now when looking down the hallway. I added one of those fold down door stops on the wall next to the shower. When we want to close off the rear of the coach, we open the bathroom door 90 degrees and flip the stop down. It effectively closes off the bed n bath area. No more looking at those vinly sliders. But, there is just the two of us, might not work for those traveling with kids. I use it most in the mornings. The wife sleeps a bit later than me and I can go about making coffee and such without disturbing her in the bedroom.

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Old 04-25-2016, 07:04 AM   #3
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I had problems fitting between the solid bathroom door and the bed. Got tired of the bruises so I removed the door. I do not mind the accordion door. When tucked away it is pretty much out of sight yet still gives some privacy when in the open position.
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