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Old 06-07-2014, 08:21 AM   #1
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Need Advice: Windshield and RV Cover

Looking to purchase a year round RV cover for my 38' Newmar as well as a windshield cover (RE: Sunshade or similiar). Need tire covers as well. Any input on quality brands? Thanks. Ed
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Hi edaa53,
CW has quite a selection of covers for the entire RV and the tires.

For the windshield shade go to Windshield/Cockpit American Duo? Shades for a look at what MCD has to offer.
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I bought Magne Shade's windshield cover. It is absolutely great. Easy up and down.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:22 AM   #4
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I also agree with Magne Shades for the windshield, drivers, and passenger side windows. So much easier to put up. No more getting out the ladder to install. Literally can have all screens in place in about 5 minutes. Downside - expensive in comparison to other brand screens.

On the issue of a cover....I had one for my old coach (a 37'). Man, what a PITA to install and remove. Can be dangerous to install in any windy conditions. Being up on the roof trying to unroll it can be like wrestling a octopus. After first season, started getting rips at seams. With my current coach, I decided to bite the bullet and pay to store inside. Coach stays clean. No bugs or critters. I get comments all the time how good the paint looks. People are surprised the coach is over 7 years old. I look at it as protecting my investment.


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