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There are two different models in the Toy Hauler Screens. Both of the patented screens are made of high quality screen materials that keep out bugs and shade the interior. The detachable grey PolyPro™ privacy screens can be quickly attached to the outside of the screened panels with rip-and-grip strips. The adjustable design fits all major model toy hauler tailgate openings. The width and height are adjustable for a custom fit. Both screens are covered by a two year warranty. Below are the directions to explain how to install each of the toy hauler screens.
 
The model #79984 fits to fiberglass or aluminum frames and secures with the rip-and-grip strips. Be sure that you have a non-steel rear door frame.
Installation Instructions
Materials needed: Ladder and Scissors
Directions
1. Measure the opening of the door to find the center point and mark it in a nonpermanent way (tape, soft pencil, etc.)
2. Included with your screen are three rolls of loop rip-and-grip adhesive backed tape. Two rolls are 1” in width and the other is 1.5” in width. The 1” wide tape is used for the sides of your screen. The 1.5” width tape is for the top of your screen.
3. Measure and note the width of your door opening at the frame. Using the 1.5” loop rip-and-grip tape, measure out and cut a piece the same size and adhere it, rubbing firmly, to the top frame of your door opening. Be careful that it is straight and without wrinkles.
4. Starting from the center of the door frame (marked in step 1) attach the top hook rip-and-grip section of the screen to the corresponding loop rip-and grip tape you applied to the top of the frame.
5. Your screen is designed to fit a variety of door widths by using adjustable tabs at the top corners to shorten the width of the screen. To adjust the width, use the tab to fold the top edge of the screen over and attach it to the rip-and-grip strip. Do the same on the other side.
6. Next measure the height of the side frames of you door. Measure and cut sections of 1” loop rip-and-grip tape. Adhere to the side frames of your door by peeling off the adhesive backing paper and pressing firmly, making sure they are straight and free of wrinkles.
Avoid putting any rip-and-grip tape over any closing mechanisms or hinges.
7. While working on either side, attach the hook rip-and-grip sections on your screen to the loop rip-and-grip tape sections, pressing firmly.
8. Your screen is also designed to fit two different door heights. To size your screen to your door, find the rip-and-grip adjustment strip sewn in near the bottom of the screen. If your screen is too long for your door opening, attach the rip-and-grip strip on the bottom of the screen to the strip sewn in just above it.
9. There are magnets sewn in to pockets at the bottom of your screen. These will adhere to the bottom of the door frame, (if it is steel) keeping the screen closed.
 
 
The model # 79994 fits to the rear door frame of steel toy haulers with magnetic strips.
Installation Instructions
Materials Needed: Ladder
Directions
1. Measure the opening of the door to find the center point and mark it in a nonpermanent way (tape, soft pencil, etc.)
2. Place a piece of rip-and-grip tape (included) on each of the top corners and the top center of the door frame.
3. Peel the adhesive backing paper off the center rip-and-grip tape tab and adhere it to the metal frame on the centerline you marked in step 1.
4. Your screen is designed to fit a variety of door widths by using adjustable tabs at the top corners to shorten the width of the screen. To adjust the width, use the tab to fold the top edge of the screen over and attach it to the rip-and-grip strip. Do the same on the other side.
5. Working first on one side and then the other, adhere the magnetic strips on the edges of the screen to the sides of the door opening.
6. Your screen is also designed to fit two different door heights. To size your screen to your door, find the rip-and-grip adjustment strip sewn in near the bottom of the screen. If your screen is too long for your door opening, attach the rip-and-grip strip on the bottom of the screen to the strip sewn in just above it.
7. There are magnets sewn in to pockets at the bottom of your screen. These will adhere to the bottom of the door frame, keeping the screen closed.
 

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