Motorhome Curtain Track

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    What do you guys use up front of your vans? By this i mean round the front door and windscreen. I see straight runners on ebay but i was king of hoping for something that will go round bends allowing me to pull a curtain from the side of each front seat to meet/overlap in the middle.

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    Cheers @Stealaway I was looking for smaller as i an converting a small van and although not limited head height i dont want things to look bulky/out of place. I see neat little runners at only £9 for 2.5m but its straight lines only.
     
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    Hhmmm,hymer crap ...!!! For your sake hope a certain motorhome er in the south London area doesn't see this comment....but I personally think it very apt .... I have the curved rail on my autocruuse but don't think you can buy it anymore ..worth a google I would have thought . Or maybe a shower curtain rail ,I had one on my boat which went around in a big u shape ..Roy
     
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    Ikea have a range of curtain tracks - may be worth having a look
     
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    We put the silver screen in place - keeps the light out and provides some insulation. You can bend ordinary domestic curtain track by making a series of cuts ie with a saw, in the back of it, it will then bend around quite sharp corners.


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    yes that didn't come out exactly as intended,in my excuse I,ve been up most of the night coughing and been curing it with hot milk and brandy :rolleyes:
    But the runners used on the track on mine are very flimsy and I got fed up with them pulling out hence my dunelm track,it is bendy enough to go round the curves with no need to do any mods .(y)
     
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