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Old 10-20-2007, 05:46 AM   #1
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Just found this website: unitedshade.com
Has anyone ordered this pleated windshield wrap and if so, are you pleased (or not) with the product? Any problems with measuring? Did it turn out as expected?

On our MH the length for the windshield would not be long enough to cover the entire window in the front entrance door. How did you solve this problem?

Any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks.
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Old 10-20-2007, 05:46 AM   #2
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Just found this website: unitedshade.com
Has anyone ordered this pleated windshield wrap and if so, are you pleased (or not) with the product? Any problems with measuring? Did it turn out as expected?

On our MH the length for the windshield would not be long enough to cover the entire window in the front entrance door. How did you solve this problem?

Any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks.
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Old 10-22-2007, 01:10 AM   #3
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that looks like the same item from the factory on my Journey. they also sell it as camoing world. i am thinking of replacing with the regular drapes, not usre yet.
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Old 08-13-2012, 01:30 PM   #4
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Just spent a month waiting to get a 'custom' wrap for my Winnebago from United Shade via Camping World. I specified the make and model and got a nice looking shade and also four aluminum rails that are needed to replace my perfectly good rails. They of course need to be bent to accommodate the curve of the windshield. Do I have a jig and bending skills needed to get the job done correctly? Hell no! Do I want to have to drill new holes in the headliner to attach the new rails? Hell no! Although on the Camping World order form it specifically says; "no returns" Cheryl of customer service did make arrangement to pick them up and refund the almost $200 I thought I'd lost. United Shade offered no help or solutions, nor did they even return my calls. Make them yourself or have someone else do it, that's what I plan to do. Camping World is OK in my book, United Shade.... @#$%!@#$#$
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Old 08-13-2012, 02:20 PM   #5
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I doubt I would need an inside wrap, but I sure would love to have a reflective wrap to cover the entire outside of the windshield. Not only would that save heat from the inside in winter, it would keep the heat from the sun out during the summer. I have one I can put on the inside of the windshield, but the temperature on a sunny day can be extraordinary. I actually believe you could cook a hot dog between the windshield and the reflector.
This heat will bleed into the coach and if I had it on the outside that would not happen.
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