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Old 07-22-2014, 12:58 PM   #1
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Nice Windshield Cover

A buddy of mine had custom “No-Ladder-Required” windshield and side window covers made for his Class A several years ago. I was always envious because my covers required a ladder to install. With my bad back, it had become such a pain that I stopped bothering to install them, even though they would cut down considerably on summer heat.

I finally got around to calling the company that made my friend’s covers and found that they can convert existing covers to their no-ladder type. I dropped my motorhome off at their shop yesterday and picked it back up 4 hours later. I now have a windshield and front side window covers that I can put up with a mere awning rod.

Coastline Manufacturing is the company that makes the covers, they are in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Here is a link to their website if anyone is interested.

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Mine are the no ladder required as well. Very happy with the main front windshield screen. Very easy!

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