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Old 11-24-2015, 12:48 PM   #71
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I want to thank every one for posting on this thread, your posts have been very helpful to me to form my option list.

I am getting there, although I have 3 more days to finalize my options.

It has been a very steep curve for me, learning a lot in the process, about Rving & the Escape Trailer in particular.

1 more question I have is - We are ordering a custom fabric from Sailrite as suggested by Escape Trailers, does any one know for what is the charge of $100 for the custom Fabric by the Escape Trailers.

Thanks & best regards
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Old 11-24-2015, 01:05 PM   #72
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It could be considered a stocking fee or handling fee. Any time ETI and the upholsterer have to use a different fabric other than the stock one, it takes more time and slows production. And time is money to any manufacturer.
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Old 11-24-2015, 01:14 PM   #73
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They sell a rubber plug that goes around cord and plugs hole . We have one . Pat
Cool! Can you produce a picture?
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They sell a rubber plug that goes around cord and plugs hole . We have one . Pat
Thanks Pat. The removable power cord might be an option that I will find to be unnecessary (I pick up my 17b in 3 months).
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Old 11-24-2015, 01:38 PM   #75
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Cool! Can you produce a picture?
Here you go .It is 1/4 thick rubber . Could make one but it needs to fit snug and perfect round .
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Pat, any chance you can post where you got that dohickey?
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Old 11-24-2015, 02:53 PM   #77
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Pat, any chance you can post where you got that dohickey?
I bought mine at a RV store in town . Any RV store , I think Amazon too . Online . They also make them for the square and one other one . If RV store doesn't have in stock they can order it for you . Pat
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Pat, any chance you can post where you got that dohickey?
Hi Bruce . I looked up manufacturer . It is made by AP Products , called Hatch Door Bug Shield #008-646 . Hope this helps . I always close my hatch too after I have pulled out cord , what I need . Pat
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Thanks Pat.

Amazon.com link for those interested.
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Hi Bruce look around I only paid about 17. No shipping . RV store got it for me . Pat
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