FWIW the cab curtain that came with our Jayco Seneca was a useless piece of junk. We have the Adco Deluxe Cover now and it is great. I really like the flaps that we open during the day. If we are doing an overnight stop, we use the old curtain that I have threaded onto a shower rod and we just put that up over the cab overhead and it hangs down behind the seats. In really cold weather we use 2 blankets draped over the curtain rod, one down behind the seats and one over the top of the cab to conserve heat inside the coach.
Michael and Daryl (Dee) Gone RVing
2005 Newmar Dutch Star 3810 370 HP
2008 Saturn Vue XR V6
Blue Ox Alladin
Brake Buddy Classic
It's finally spring!! And I got my Easy Curtain in the mail last night! I'll be testing it out this coming weekend on our inaugural trip to Niagara Falls for their opening weekend.
FWIW, I did call ADCO and they had nothing specific for the Freightliner 106-M2. Ditto for coolandclean.com. I think I'll be happier with the internal cover vs. the external ADCO anyway. Was getting tired of it on the last rig.
Thanks to all for your feedback. This site continues to be an amazing resource of knowledge and experience.
2012 Jayco Embark TB390
2009 Honda CRV TOAD with Blue Ox Aventa LX Tow Bar
I also called Adco again and they still had nothing.
I went to HD and picked up a roll of the aluminum foil bubble insulation. I made a windshield piece and a piece for each side window. It is very easy to pressure scribe then cut with a scissors.
The windshield piece stays up with the sun visors and the sides stay in place with the vent latches.
I am glad I did it this way. It is much easier than putting something like the Adco on the outside. Or as easy as using the factory curtain. It also really helps to keep the heat or cold out.
Hi Sooboy, we just bought a 2012 Jayco Embark TB 390 just like yours,and I am looking for a windshield cover , any luck finding one? another question, I just pluged it in to shore power this last week end because grandkids wanted sleep in and it and there was a loud hum ,seemed like it was coming from under the queen bed , there is a motor under there , I thought it was the slide out motor and couldn't find anyway to turn it off and couldn't firure out why there was a hum coming from it, I haven't called Jayco yet, just saw your post and thought I would ask, I can't sleep with that hum!!, thanks Rivercabins
another question, I just pluged it in to shore power this last week end because grandkids wanted sleep in and it and there was a loud hum ,seemed like it was coming from under the queen bed , there is a motor under there ,
It is the transfer switch. Jayco, using their standard totally careless Amish craftsmanship, had screwed it to the floor so tightly and crooked that the whole outer case of the enclosure was bent and twisted. It was causing a terrible buzzing and rattling. I unscrewed it and straightened it out. Then rescrewed it to the floor with care to allow the carpet to provide some insulation. It has relays in it that do make a slight buzzing sound. The Jayco attachment method made it echo thru out the bedroom and floor.
Just another one of the hundreds of things the customer is expected to fix or ignore.