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Old 02-22-2012, 07:36 PM   #1
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Looking for a dash cover for Class A RV

Looking for a dash cover that would fit our RV. We have two cats who we have not de-clawed and they travel with us. However this RV has such soft leather, on the dash as well as the passenger and drivers seats. we would at least like to get the dash covered somehow. Carpet runners are not wide enough, or long enough. Anyone have any suggections? I have tried to "google" dash covers for RV's with no luck.....

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Old 02-22-2012, 07:46 PM   #2
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You might get a hold of your RV dealer and ask them. Or go to camping world see if they might have some. Or try a fabric shop and get one custom made is always and option. Oh by the way................ Welcome from one newby to another.

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Old 02-22-2012, 07:51 PM   #3
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Take a look at Covers by Josie. We had them on two class a's. Worked out well.
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Old 02-22-2012, 07:53 PM   #4
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We just bought a "per-owned" 2006 Allegro Bay and we just wanted to safeguard the interior as long as possible. Found where another RVer posted a similar question and I found where someone had posted a possible answer.....Dashboard Covers by Josie.....I plan on contacting them tomorrow. Thanks for the welcome!
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Originally Posted by lthrnk View Post
Take a look at Covers by Josie. We had them on two class a's. Worked out well.
That's what we have even though it's not quite right, but it's not their fault. They just hadn't made one for our year rig yet so I cut it to fit. They didn't realize the dash changed on the 2002's and they sent one for a 2001. Still works fine for our seven cats.
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Old 02-25-2012, 03:42 AM   #6
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Lazy Days (Seffner, FL) has an on-site vendor named Wade RV. They do a very nice job on custom dash covers. We've had ours for 2 years now and it still looks great. Also, you can spend a couple of days in the Lazy Days campground and get all the work done on site.
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Old 04-20-2012, 12:35 PM   #7
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Does anyone have any pics of their dashboard cover?? Thanks.
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Bed Bath and Beyond has some very good inexpensive non slip rugs in odd sizes. We found one that fit from the passenger side to the instrument console in our Georgie Boy.Lasted pretty good also with our 2 felines. They are soft and about 1/2 inch thick
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I wanted something to protect the dash from sun fade, but since we had just spent a bundle on the MH and other necessities I didn't want to spend a lot. Went to the local fabric store and found some heavy vinyl fabric that was close to the color of our interior. Took it home and cut it to fit. It works well and is barely noticeable, especially when we are down south snowbirding, since my wife has pictures, plants, etc. on it.
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I made a template of my dash and then cut it out of good carpet. Had a local carpet shop bind it for me. It looks better than any of the other ones, and its custom made for our coach.
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Google "rv dash covers" I got 316,000 hits in 0.26 seconds. Dashboard covers by Josie was the first one listed.

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Send me a template...I will make one to fit.....PM if interested.

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