Exterior silver screens

Happy Phantom

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Not sure if this is right place, we have changed our van from A class to low profile, so have an external set of silver screens for sale, which fitted our Dethleffs Esprit, not sure if they would fit any other A class, but could bring them to Wrenbury next week if any one is interested, or wanted to try them.
 

Gingaboots

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Hi there, have you still got these? Would it be possible for you to send over the dimensions if you have - looking for screens for an old school Hymer b544

Many thanks
 
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Happy Phantom

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Sorry for late reply have been off line, don't know where we have put the screens, had shed out etc, I note some is advertising screen for a hymer which may your best bet
sorry
 
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I'm a newbie bought our first motorhome 7months ago and love it
We're looking for a set to fit a 2011 ducato. Anyone have some for sale
 
Feb 7, 2012
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We're also thinking about getting some external screens for a 2009 Ducato........BUT I'm also aware we have a lot of other kit that "seemed a good idea at the time" So any comments good or bad are most helpful

I imagine they are great in the heat but we do have some cheap internal reflectors from Lidl that work OK.

In cold weather how good are they at keeping the heat in..............................if it rains do they end up one big soggy mess to pack away.

So any comments good or bad are most helpful
 
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Happy Phantom

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We thought they were great, in the winter, really kept the heat in, used to take them off in daytime, as don't like being shut it, but they were certainly worth it to us. They are easily wiped and folded away. We had fitted remis blinds, but they really make it cosy.
 

cruiser

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anyone got some for a 1990 Talbot express coachbuilt. someone browed mine.
 

irnbru

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We thought they were great, in the winter, really kept the heat in, used to take them off in daytime, as don't like being shut it, but they were certainly worth it to us. They are easily wiped and folded away. We had fitted remis blinds, but they really make it cosy.
I second easily wiped . We haven't tried them in the heat yet but for us they are great for keeping the light out, during the day just pull the middle section down and you can people watch :)
 

TerryL

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If you spend most of your time in the UK, or out of the summer season get some. Of all the "would like" items we've bought they're by far the best thing we've indulged in. No more condensation and once warmed up the van stays toasty warm with little output from the heating.
 
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Got some which I bought from eBay used, thought they would fit my 2005 Peugeot boxer , they don't slightly too small ,has the fold down bit in the middle , ..will be at devizes this week if anyones interested in them or collect from Newbury.
 

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thanks a lot JONSEA. but my old girl has the lorry mirrors on it. you have the van type on yours..but thanks anyway.
 
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