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Old 08-09-2016, 07:58 PM   #1
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State Map Stick

Has anybody out one of those sticky state maps on the inside lower part of the door? I'm wondering if it will stick well to the rough surface.

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Old 08-10-2016, 07:25 AM   #2
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I put mine on a piece of clear plexiglass and attached it with corner screws.
When we got our new rig I never moved it over.


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I put mine on a piece of clear plexiglass and attached it with corner screws.
When we got our new rig I never moved it over.


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I love that idea! I looked around at the local big box hardware store but never thought of plexi! Any special suggestions regarding the screws other than non-rusting and not too long (ouch)?
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Old 08-10-2016, 05:39 PM   #4
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I just drilled a hole in each corner carefully and used a 1/2 in sheet metal screw. Go big time and spend the big bucks on 4 ss ones.

Then when you trade up, you can move it or like me, leave it sitting in the garage. LOL

My buddy did the same thing with double sided tape and it worked also.
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I've had mine on for over a year and it's still sticking. I have to give a rub every now and then because of the bumpy surface.
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I got a large picture frame, and put the map on the outside of the glass. It's totally mobile. I can sit it in the window, or hang it, depending on what I feel like doing.
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Does everyone start all over with the new RV?
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Right now I still have the same RV I started the map with. I will not go back and add states where I RV'ed with another Class B or TT.

That said, if I change trailers now, I will not start over with the new trailer.

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bought our map from amazon. so far sticking pretty well. need to rub down edges a bit.
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