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  1. vanfun

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    Hi,Can anybody tell me what the plastic window coverings are called on the rear side of a camper,they seem to be black with ridges,& where i can get them. Steve
     
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    what is the name and model year etc as this would perhaps help and
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    Hi and welcome to motorhome fun



    Cant help personally but perhaps if you post a photo someone may be able to point you in the right direction
     
  4. vanfun

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    Hi, We have just sold a vwlt 35 that we converted ourselves,but are looking to do another as soon as we can find a base vehicle.Was just wondering what these window things were called as we was looking for them fo our last van.Regards Steve
     
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    Hi and welcome to Fun, vaque idea what you mean, they could possibly be some form of ventilation louvre.

    Peter
     
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    Hi Steve.. if you dont have any luck on here try asking at Stewart Moulands Motorhomes at Peacehaven Telephone 01273 587229 Im sure Alex there or someone will know Good luck
    Rainy&Pete
     
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    hi and a big welcome ::bigsmile:::bigsmile:
     
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    Hi and welcome.

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  9. Jim

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    Hi Steve, not quite sure what you mean, are these protective coverings?

    Meanwhile, welcome to the fun:thumb:

     
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    Welcome to the fun::bigsmile:
     
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    Welcome to Fun,

    They are probably air/circulation vents if its a vw you could always try a dealer, I have them on the rear of my carravelle
     
  12. vanfun

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    thanks for info

    :Doh:Big thanks for all the info, looked at two base vehicles this week end, both rubbish. Have a lwb transit to see in the morn, looks good in pictures,but who knows? will let you know how we get on
     
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    Hi and welcome.::bigsmile:

    I assume you mean the coverings that are used to mask where windows would have been, ie the panels in the side of the van are marked out, but no windows were installed, or to cover existing un-needed windows.

    I've not seen these for sale separately as I think they may be 'converter specific', sorry.
     
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