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Old 07-25-2002, 05:57 AM   #1
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Question Curved WindowCurtain Railing Attachment

The Rear Bedroom of our 345 A/S MH has curved windows, which have a curved curtain rail. This rail is attached to stand-ff fittings with end caps. Does anyone know a source for these tracks and fittings
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Old 07-29-2002, 09:03 AM   #2
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Dr Joe. The drape extrusions are still available, but there are different configurations. A drawing of what you need is essential.
Typically, the cost to ship is greater than the moldings.


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Old 07-29-2002, 10:15 AM   #3
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Andy - All I need is the "stand-off clips or attachment clips to attach the lower window track to the wall and the two plastic end-caps. I do not neet the tracks
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Curved wall Window Blinds

You might want to check out how I treated my blinds (I got wood slatted 2 inch pull-up blinds)...and used 2 pair of "tie-downs" for EACH blind. 1 pair above the little peekaboo window, and 1 pair below it---so I can choose to cover the little one or not. In the "Member's Photo Gallery", you'll find my FIRST 2 photos, and one of them shows clearly the blind's curve to the tiedowns.

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Reference prior posts on this thread, We appreciate your inputs.
When we visited the Factory in Mid-October, we were able to pick up the stand-offs and plastic ends. Again, Thanks. and we would like to close this thread since this problem is solved.
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