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Looking for a good windshield cover for a 2011 Sunseeker, Ford V10 engine. Any suggestions?

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We got ours at Camping World years ago. I believe they are made by ADCO.


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I used to have a n outside cover and I found it to be a PITA particularly in bad weather. I now use an inside cover called Easy Curtain. A breeze to put up and take down.
www.easycurtain.net


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JesseJ1826 wrote:

I used to have a n outside cover and I found it to be a PITA particularly in bad weather. I now use an inside cover called Easy Curtain. A breeze to put up and take down.
www.easycurtain.net


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I bought an ADCO cover a few months ago. I found it does a much better job of reducing heat gain from the sun than the curtain does.

Many listings for the ADCO cover don't show it fitting current models but the one with mirror cutouts does.

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Not only are the vinyl outside covers a pita to install in bad weather, they also grow mold on them on the back side of the cover. I switched to the easy curtain 5 years ago and am very happy with it.


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Phoenix USA recently started offering Ford E350/E450 windshield and door window sun shades with magnetic retention. I have no idea what they cost, but I suspect they wouldn't be cheap. If they mount outside as they appear, that is of no interest to me. I wouldn't want to be chasing sunshades on a windy day. That and theft. I just mentioned it to show a sunshade I have not seen before.

If interested, call Amanda at Phoenix USA at 574-266-2020.








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Grandpa Joe wrote:

Looking for a good windshield cover for a 2011 Sunseeker, Ford V10 engine. Any suggestions?


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I have both: I use the outside (white) cover in dry climates or when it's going to be hot and sunny.

I use the black Easycurtain for overnights (so it's dry when packing up) - or for a little "solar gain" in cold weather.

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JesseJ1826 wrote:

I used to have a n outside cover and I found it to be a PITA particularly in bad weather. I now use an inside cover called Easy Curtain. A breeze to put up and take down.
www.easycurtain.net



We do too. Easy to use and it keeps the inside cool. Found that out in Las Vegas a couple months ago.
Also have an ADCO windshield cover that we bought at a local RV Supply store more of a pain in the (you fill it in ) than it's worth.


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