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Old 03-14-2015, 10:10 AM   #1
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Has anyone come up with different blackout/solar curtains/shades for the cab, sliding door, and/or back door windows than original equipment? I get that there are cab issues because of the airbags but surely there are better options than the OEM products, both easier to use and store. For the slider and back doors I'd like to permanently install something so it doesn't have to be stored elsewhere.
Eurocampers shows a few frightfully expensive options, most of which are out of stock. Suggestions welcome.

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Old 03-15-2015, 08:10 AM   #2
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I got tired of the flimsy cloth cover for the front windshield. I purchased a sunscreen from Custom Fit Car Covers and More - California Car Cover - Free Shipping. It is a two-piece screen that is very easy to put in. It is UV113345SV, UVS100 CUSTOM SUNSCREEN 2014.
It is very large, hard to sit in the seat to put it in so I just stand behind the seats in the center aisle, bend a little and put them in, takes about a minute.

Direct link to what I got: Wizard - California Car Cover Company

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Old 03-15-2015, 07:22 PM   #3
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I plan to make a blackout curtain to hang from the bulkhead at the end of the cab. If you make it long enough, you can drape it over the seatbacks so you can use the seats and still have privacy. I too find the stock window covers too fiddly.

Key to making a curtain work is a way to secure it - not sure if I want to use a track, or snaps or some other method. I'm thinking some kind of stick-on plastic track would work the easiest. But I haven't had time to fiddle with it.

The rear windows (door windows) would be easier to setup a curtain straight across the back. Another idea is just to get a limo black tint applied to those windows.
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This company, The Sprinter Store, is starting to carry products for the Promaster. Here is a link: Window Kits
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