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Old 07-08-2014, 02:56 AM   #1
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36RL rear window

Has anyone added a picture over the rear window on a unit? We were thinking about some sort of scenic decal picture like I used to have on a work truck. Just curious if anyone has looked into this.
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Old 07-08-2014, 02:13 PM   #2
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I'm not sure you would have room if your 12 is like our 13. The Redwood logo is above the window and the Redwood lettering below the window. Not much room to place anything on it. I have "US Navy Retired" in a small 16" decal that goes across the bottom of the window, can't see it from inside because of the couch and we hang a bear sun catcher on the inside from the shade bracket. Don't want to lose that view.
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Old 07-08-2014, 03:11 PM   #3
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homeguy...are you talking about a wrap, e.g. a photo that would actually cover the window a you see on automobiles/trucks? These things appear as photos from the outside but are actually made with small holes so you can see out from the inside.
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Old 07-08-2014, 03:48 PM   #4
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Passed a new Mobile Suites yesterday that had the rear window - all windows actually, blended into the paint scheme so you can't see them using that stuff with the little holes.

I was in a cab with that stuff on the windows and it seriously cuts down on light. Not sure I would like that. Besides, the dear wife wouldn't like the "brothel" scene I would pick for the back window
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Old 07-08-2014, 04:12 PM   #5
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Yes, a wrap. That is the name I couldn't think of. Had it on my truck window and could see out great, but not in.

Wasn't thinking of a brothel scene but maybe the chrome girl from the mudflaps. hubba hubba!
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How about the poker playing dogs?? LOL
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Passed a new Mobile Suites yesterday that had the rear window - all windows actually, blended into the paint scheme so you can't see them using that stuff with the little holes.

I was in a cab with that stuff on the windows and it seriously cuts down on light. Not sure I would like that. Besides, the dear wife wouldn't like the "brothel" scene I would pick for the back window

Narrow minded wives.....go figure
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How about the poker playing dogs?? LOL
hahahahaha - that was what I was trying to think of - I remember the scene, but couldn't quite get my brain wrapped around it.
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