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M&M55

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Hi - we are new and excited owners of a UEV-490 Evolution - albeit a second hand one. We are fitting insect screens to the doors and have purchased a Conqueror manufactured kit. We are wondering how or where is the best location for securing the top and bottom Velcro strips at the doorways. Has anyone ever fitted screens - we would appreciate some advice.
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How much did they cost each for the insect screens ?

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M&M55

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Steve,

$195 for two doors and Velcro framing from Conqueror Brissie
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Are they the full length midge mesh screens or are they the 3/4 length ones where you need to have the door step closed to use them?

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M&M55

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They are full length midge proof ridgey didge. And I have them sorted now.
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Hi

Dont suppose you would be inclined to share a photo? I have zip style setup but find that my 4 year old just finds that whole door setup as the best toy in the world. Waiting for the day where it wont work anymore and where i will have to consider alternatives such as yours.

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ive been using the Magnetic Fly screens (like : http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Door-Mesh-Curtain-Magic-Magnetic-Snap-Fly-Bug-Insect-Mosquito-Screen-Net-Guard-/181731140682?var=&hash=item2a5005244a)

but they're not very reliable.. and tend to stick to the conquerors metal door frame / step etc.. which in turn causes people to tear them accidentally.. plus the top section catches my shoulder trying to get in and out.. we're sick of them..

I might call them up and see if i can get 1 of those screens (as we dont use the bathroom side door very often at all, and when we do its fully enclosed anyway.. )..

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M&M55 We've had our Commander S from new and have wondered what the purpose of the velcro at the bottom of the fly screens. There's no corresponding velcro to attach it to. I got some adhesive velcro strips from Conqueror and stuck it to the cross piece on the steps. This worked ok until sand and dust got under it. I am thinking magnets on the bottom of the flyscreen might work.

How'd you go?
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They are full length midge proof ridgey didge. And I have them sorted now.


Would you mind sharing a photo? Thanks
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