Thank you Loren.
I am trying to make it as user friendly as I can but still be durable enough for my off road plans.
I just finished a new curtain system that is a lot cleaner than the original. I didn't want to put holes in the fiberglass so I used four aluminum saw guide units and mounted them to the window frames using the window mounting screws. I then used wire and turnbuckle to hold the curtains tight against the aluminum. Instead of screwing the wire to the mounts I crimped a electrical
connector to each end of the wire and then bent the connector so the it would clamp onto the edge of the aluminum mount and tighten up with the small turnbuckle. It is easily removed by loosening the turnbuckleand and sliding off the frame. I will have pictures soon.
I am now working on my 12 volt and 110 volt electrical
. I gave the lighting
a lot of thought and finally settled on keeping a modular theme by useing a track light
system. I will use a dual electric track that will allow me to have both 12 and 110 volt fixtures in the track. I am also using electrical
outlets on the track so other 12 or 110 volt fixtures or appliances can be plugged into the lighting
track. I should be able to post some pictures this weekend.
Thanks to everyone on the forum for all your great ideas and encouragement.