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Old 10-28-2006, 08:32 PM   #1
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Here's a link to Ron's Roadtrek Skylight Window Covers

http://www.allcapemusic.org/rtwindows/rtwindows.html

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Old 01-05-2011, 08:42 PM   #2
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Default Re: Roadtrek Skylight Window Covers by Ron

A forum member pointed out that the above link no longer works.

It looks like it was removed from that site. I did find the text and a few photos.

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Materials:

A- 1 - 1/8"x2'x4' Hardboard purchased at Home Depot-SCU: 718793318126 - $2.39
B- 6 - 2 1/2" Suction Cups with Hooks attached.
C- 6 - #6- 1/2" Sheet Metal Screws
D- Spray Can Primer Paint
E- Spray Can White Paint
F- Spray Can Black Paint
G- 9/64" Drill
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A- Used Brown Paper Bags, Unglued/Opened up made a large sheet for Temp Plate
B- Placed a Sheet up against each window, taped sheet onto ceiling/material
C- Held on Sheet/Temp Plate, traced around framing that has screws attached
D- Used Carbon Paper, traced outline on Sheet/Temp Plate onto Hardboard
E- With Saber Saw cut the traced outline
F- With Table Sander, sanded each Cover edge

Left & Right Windows:

A- Measured 2 1/2 inches from top, drew a line side to side
B- Measured 3 inches from both side edges
C- Measured 2 1/2 inches from bottom, drew a line side to side
D- Measured approximately 7 1/2 inches from side, (middle of bottom)
E- With 9/64" drill, drilled hole for screws to screw onto Suction Cups

Middle Window:

A- Measured approximately 2 1/2 inches from top, drew a line side to side
B- Measured approximately 7 inches from side for center
C- Measured approximately 2 1/2 inches from bottom drew a line side to side
D- Measured approximately 3 inches from both side edges
E- With 9/64" drill, drilled hole for screws to screw onto Suction Cups
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Wow never think I could not think of anything to use and it was sitting right in my face --
The phone Holder is stuck to my window with suction cups
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That is very nicely done, a new project for me to try,,, thanks,,,,
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