Couple things folks. When I went to order my Bali's, the guy said "Will you be using them daily?" I said "No, they're going in our travel trailer." "Well then," he says, "my advice is to use pull cords. These cord-free shades need to be worked almost on a daily basis to keep working the way they're supposed to." Long story short, we got corded ones, but have not installed them yet. I was also advised to travel with them up and secured somehow. We'll probably use Velcro. I look forward to hearing how you folks with the cordless shades make out!
Looks like around 800 bucks for a complete roof mount AC unit. That can go on my list with a new $600 two way water heater with internal switch. Hmmm.
I just washed ours, and will review some of the interior things this weekend. I may get the Bali blinds installed, and think more about this AC thing. I really would like more detail on how it is/was structurally supported.
Also, are the aluminum wheels they're putting on surrounded by rivets around the outside rim? It looks like that on the pic, but I can't tell. Those things are a bear to wash and get clean. I bought ones that look just like those, but no rivets.
Gotta go pack. See y'all later!
2012 ParkLiner #006
2013 4wd Escape 2L Ecoboost with 3500# tow package
2001 F-150 XLT 4wd Super Cab 4.6L