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Old 06-11-2008, 11:45 PM   #1
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OceanAir AS Part Numbers....

Straight from the MotherShip...here's the part numbers and dimensions that Airstream is currently using for the Cassette type pull down shades made by OceanAir...

I'd like to upgrade our Ambassador and get rid of all those curtains...anybody know who has the best prices...maybe you could PM me...

THESE CAN BE ORDERED FROM ANY AIRSTREAM DEALER AND THEY WILL ALSO
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#703700-07 17.75 X 34”
#703700-04 29.75 X 34
#703700-01 19 X 24
#703700-05 19 X 34
#703700-03 25.25 X 34
#703700-06 42.75 X 34
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Old 06-12-2008, 01:46 AM   #2
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hi mexray

it's unlikely the price will vary much dealer2dealer...

after shipping is added.

otoh now that you have the DIMENSIONS, any shade maker can make 'em...

i had day/night shades made for my 70s unit years ago and they fit perfectly...

u can do custom colors for the dark part and even add solarblocking to the outside layer...

consider starting at one of the big box stores or online or in the yellowpages...

those are the places (other makers) u will get better pricing.

u might not wanna toss the curtain hardware either...

there are DIRECT FIT replacement curtains,

and even a member HERE who makes custom curtains in a palate of colors/fabrics..

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Old 06-12-2008, 10:59 AM   #3
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Straight from the MotherShip...here's the part numbers and dimensions that Airstream is currently using for the Cassette type pull down shades made by OceanAir...

I'd like to upgrade our Ambassador and get rid of all those curtains...anybody know who has the best prices...maybe you could PM me...
Dealers are not permited to quote individual prices on the Forums, when they sell those items.

However, we can quote a total for the 6 shades that you asked about.

Airstreams suggested price for one each of all six are $ 799.33.

Plus shipping from Ohio.

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Old 06-12-2008, 11:57 AM   #4
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Old 06-12-2008, 12:06 PM   #5
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Old 06-14-2008, 08:28 AM   #6
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Hey Mexray,

You should have your blinds the middle of next week!

Thanks!

So let me ask this question...do most of you like these kind of blinds better that the old style???

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I have enjoyed them so far. The integrated roller tube/storage tube a very sleek looking.
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Old 06-16-2008, 12:49 AM   #8
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You should have your blinds the middle of next week!

Thanks!

So let me ask this question...do most of you like these kind of blinds better that the old style???

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Hey Gene,

Sorry I missed you in Arkansas, but I had some additional work comittments in Colorado and never got there. Hope to stop by in the Fall on the return trip to FL.

To your question...........the OceanAir shades are a HUGE improvement over what came in my CCD from the factory. In fact, they are the weak point of the decor on an otherwise great little trailer. Mine look (and ARE!!!) cheap and shoddy and IMHO, have no place on a premium product like the CCD!!!! Looks like they came from K-Mart!!!!!

I was about to replace them with either curtains or custom day/night shades, but these will do quite nicely!
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Old 06-29-2008, 05:31 PM   #9
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Rec'd the shades a week ago, and they were easy to install. A BIG improvement over the 'cheapy' original type roller shades and all those curtains. We've probably lost 25 pounds with all the stuff I've removed...plastic valences, alum tracks, curtains, etc.

Our AS had a funky molded plastic frame in the Galley over the sink to hold the roller shade...it's history!

The only drawback are the rivet holes that now have to be refilled with colored rivets...
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Rec'd the shades a week ago, and they were easy to install. A BIG improvement over the 'cheapy' original type roller shades and all those curtains. We've probably lost 25 pounds with all the stuff I've removed...plastic valences, alum tracks, curtains, etc.

Our AS had a funky molded plastic frame in the Galley over the sink to hold the roller shade...it's history!

The only drawback are the rivet holes that now have to be refilled with colored rivets...
Sounds like you are making great progress ... I'd love to see pictures of the new blinds -- especially the one over the kitchen sink. I'm anxious to find a different solution than the "funky molded plastic frame." Thanks for keeping us posted on your research and progress.

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