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Old 11-08-2010, 01:03 PM   #1
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Windshield Covers?

Can anyone recommend a source for a Class C (2010- Ford) windshield cover made of the mesh sunguard material?

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Try Magne Shade. I was very impressed with them when I saw them at the FMA & The Rally rallies this past summer. If you do a search of Magne Shade or RV sunscreens, you'll find quite a few threads on iRV2 about the subject.

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we use the mesh shades that go on the inside. no isssues over the last 3 years with them. do not have to worry about wet weather to put them on or off on the outside.

they will also adjust for smaller windows

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i even bought some to cover the tires on the curb side wile parked at a campground.
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Try Magne Shade. I was very impressed with them when I saw them at the FMA & The Rally rallies this past summer. If you do a search of Magne Shade or RV sunscreens, you'll find quite a few threads on iRV2 about the subject.

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I'll second this recommendation. We just bought our second set.
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Old 11-09-2010, 01:05 PM   #6
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Thanks everyone for your help! Much appreciated...
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we use the mesh shades that go on the inside. no issues over the last 3 years with them. do not have to worry about wet weather to put them on or off on the outside.

they will also adjust for smaller windows

RVQuickShades, RV Qiick Shades,inside mount solar shades, inside mount sun shades, inside mount sunshades, inside mount RV solar shades, inside mount motor home sun shades. RV solar shades, RV sunshades,RV Quick Shades, RV Quick Shades, Inside Mount

i even bought some to cover the tires on the curb side wile parked at a campground.
We also use these same shades. One of the benefits is that they are always clean because they are inside. We think that they work as well as outside shades do and they install in less time. Joe
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