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side screen panels #757306
05/10/22 12:10 PM
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been looking at inner side screen panels that a/whites do tempted to have a go at making my own cant be that hard . Any one else got experience of doing this


LES
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Re: side screen panels [Re: lez] #757313
05/10/22 12:33 PM
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I am assuming you mean the padding and leather trim that is applied to the area below the windows.
No experience but have heard of others who have found that it then becomes much more difficult to get them in the bag and slide into the rear carrier slot. So, if DIY, don’t be over-generous with the padding!


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Re: side screen panels [Re: lez] #757323
05/10/22 02:36 PM
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Here's a view of my AW leather infills if it helps. Also provided by them are leather door pulls with plastic base.

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To achieve Shaun's level of expertise is well above my pay grade. Note I have seen versions by other leathercraft folk that pad out the whole area of extra leather but this precludes resting of elbow on door top.

ETA: it's a little more of a squeeze but can still get side panels into bag.


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Re: side screen panels [Re: lez] #757325
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I have the AW ones. No issue with the sidescreen bag at all


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Re: side screen panels [Re: RichardV6] #757328
05/10/22 04:23 PM
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thanks for the pics looks good


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Re: side screen panels [Re: lez] #757357
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I prefer the look of the Richard Thorne ones, they hide the fixings and they have more padding


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