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Old 01-28-2007, 04:36 AM   #1
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Can anyone provide me with info about where, and how much I could get one.
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Can anyone provide me with info about where, and how much I could get one.
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Old 01-28-2007, 06:02 AM   #3
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Our coach came with a solid shield and since I didn't know anything about them I took it. What a mistake. This was a Carefree, supposed to be Lexan, supposedly impervious to just about everything, WRONG, absolute POS. Took at least 15min. just to check the oil in the genny. These were a dealer ordered option on Monacos at that time. Everyone I know who had one doesn't have it now. Bit the bullet, threw the silly thing away and had the holes filled and repainted as I did.
I will say though that the ones Country Coach and American Coach use are a different design and look to have much better quality.
I'd say go with the 3M film or similar type. Lots of them out there.

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