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Old 06-17-2015, 01:49 PM   #11
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Had them on both of our popups before we moved to a TT and highly recommend them
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Old 06-17-2015, 01:54 PM   #12
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Been wondering about the feasibility of this...

Just used our AC for the first time and I can see where it could use some help during the day.

Now to figure out which blanket to get...don't suppose you recall the brand you have?

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We put "Reflective Roll Insulation" Under the bunk mattresses and also cut pieces to fit in each window. Made a huge difference on really hot days.
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Old 06-17-2015, 07:44 PM   #13
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I've ordered 3 Grabber All Weather blankets from WallyWorld.com to try as homemade PUGs. Less than $10 each and some clips from Harbor Freight. We'll see how it goes.
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We put "Reflective Roll Insulation" Under the bunk mattresses and also cut pieces to fit in each window. Made a huge difference on really hot days.
X2 We also have PUGS (high wind series)and have had excellent luck in both cold and really hot weather. Just got back from 105 degree weather and, along with our AC, we were very comfortable. We highly recommend PUGs.
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I have a 2016 X23B and I am going to order the high wind series of PUGs. My question is, how do they atrtach to the trailer end of the bunk. Mine has a rain gutter that goes over the top of the opening. Does it go over this rain gutter to keep rain out? If not, how does it attach to this end of the bunk?
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Another yes here, great product. Some pics of how they installed on my hybrid. They come with small clamps. When I first started using them I attached them along the rubber strip. I eventually learned I just need to get them up high enough that the end ended up "inside" the overhang of the camper, so any rain would land on top and not get underneath.
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