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Old 09-19-2011, 12:18 PM   #1
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Pan America ramp windscreen.

Hello all,

I am currently overseeing the modification of a new Pan America and am looking for an elegant/simple solution for some flaps or a tent to go over the rear ramp which would keep warm air in the winter and cool air in summer.

I will take some photos of our project later in the week and look forward to sharing them with all of you. I have been lurking on your site for weeks and it is a wealth of information.

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Old 09-19-2011, 12:50 PM   #2
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Hello all,

I am currently overseeing the modification of a new Pan America and am looking for an elegant/simple solution for some flaps or a tent to go over the rear ramp which would keep warm air in the winter and cool air in summer.

I will take some photos of our project later in the week and look forward to sharing them with all of you. I have been lurking on your site for weeks and it is a wealth of information.

Best,
Aether (matt)
Just came across this exact item the other day. Carefree makes an awning designed for that: Carefree Outback Awning

Because you said elegant/simple, but not cheap...
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Thanks Peter,
That was quick! My main consideration is anything design oriented, not so much price. The care free is a good start, but what about some sort of flaps like they have in a walk in refrigerator.
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Thanks Peter,
That was quick! My main consideration is anything design oriented, not so much price. The care free is a good start, but what about some sort of flaps like they have in a walk in refrigerator.
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Well that should be pretty easy. You could even make it really classy and do a full height curtain. Then you could even have a stage to act on.
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