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Old 03-31-2011, 03:17 AM   #15
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Sounds like what I am looking for. I like the old sun, but it sure can heat up the coach.

Thanks again MoncoMama
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I also use Mylar bubble wrap inside, with the ADCO outside on the Windshield and doors. OND

ps. I use the mylar bubble wrap also on any sun-side windows on really hot days. OND
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Thanks OND, looking at all options.
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Any opinions on putting dark window tint on the upper half of a Class A windshield?
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Old 04-06-2011, 05:01 PM   #19
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MCD roller shades are the best on the market for blocking UV rays and heat in a coach. They are motorized for the front windshield and have a dual range motor which adds a stop point in the middle for when you are driving. I absolutely love mine and am glad we got them. We did the whole coach.
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Old 04-06-2011, 05:21 PM   #20
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DRosedale, for your class C they make a shade that covers the windshield and side windows of the cab, here's a picture:

We used this on our class C quite successfully. It came with our coach, but I see they are quite reasonable at Rv Upgrades, for example.

Of course it is opaque, so if you want something you can see through you can look at the solutions the other members have posted.

On our class A, we use the MagneShade Lori talked about and love it. For extra-hot or cold days (we use our coach all winter for skiing) we have a blanket which attaches to the magnets on the inside of the windshield with steel washers.
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