Silver screens advice.........

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  1. Road Runner

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    Along the way want made to measure silver screens for my Tabbert.........

    Anyone know who will have them or tailer make them?
     
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    Hi John :thumb: try both Silver screens and Taylor-made Not sure if they will have your size but both will make any size to fit :thumb:Your problem may be external screens being a A class do you have 2 doors ?
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    Thanks as usual Terry (great source of imformation:thumb:)

    Taylor made no but very sorry and loved my van::bigsmile:

    Silver screen answer phone.............:cry:

    Can see this being a DIY job which to me means DESTROY IT YOURSELF:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Also try Silver Products.
     
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    Hi John do you want internal or external :?
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    HE will need a generator as well:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  7. Road Runner

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    Well they will have to be DIY ones so it seems.

    What the difference Terry BTW:RollEyes:
     
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    Got one...........:winky:
     
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    We got ours from silver screens in Cleckheaton too. Brilliant quality.
    If you phone them they sometimes have slight seconds or ones that people have part x'd as they have changed their van. Im told.
     
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    Hi John you get condensation with internals and none with external :thumb: Have you ordered internals ? £330 is a extortionate price for internals- I can get you some int,made for less than half that price :winky:
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    Last year,when we had our previous van, a Merc 608, we made some external screens with greenhouse bubble-wrap and gaffer tape. Double layer, with squares of velcro spaced along top of screen, and ends tucked in doorshut. Separate ones for each door. They looked very neat and kept the van totally condensation free. We spent the whole winter camped out on a welsh hillside from September till March and when we removed the screens they were as good as new. We're about to make another set for the Dethleffs A-class as we still have about 50 metres of bubble-wrap left ...
    Cost about £14 for 100 metres. :Smile:
     
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