Screen thermal blinds

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  1. dulvil

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    i have a frankia A class and was thinking about some silver screen type covers. Have always used them on coachbuilt but not seen any on A class. Are they awkward to fit? Any recommendations please
     
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    Dead easy to fit on my A class Hymer takes couple of minutes tops.
     
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    What make?
     
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    Also have a Frankia and was wondering where to get one from?
     
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    Want a Screen for my Carthago 138
     
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    Our Rapido A class ones are from Silver Screens, only take a couple of minutes to fit.

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    Easy to fold down in the day time without needing to remove them

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    Fits over the door on one side on the other they supply studs. I have used suckers instead. Easyish to fit do need a step for the sides. Takes no more than 5 minutes.

    Went for Hindermann as I think they are the official supplier to Frankia.

    Am at New Forest meet if anybody wants to have a look or try it out.
     
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