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Posted: 08/14/21 11:38am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Would anyone know of where one could acquire the privacy curtain that wraps around the cabin front windshield and side door windows?
The curtain track and many many many clip rollers are there and not damaged, but no curtain, I'm assuming this would be a non-standard size curtain?? Appreciate any assistance here [emoticon]
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We have an ADCO exterior windshield/side windows cover purchased thru Amazon. They are vehicle year and make specific.


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lhenry8113 wrote:

We have an ADCO exterior windshield/side windows cover purchased thru Amazon. They are vehicle year and make specific.

"Exterior you say???...interesting, but since the rollers & rail is already existing, gonna try to utilize this [emoticon]
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Google is your friend......
https://www.rvsupplywarehouse.com/specia........torhome-windshield-pleated-lined-drapes/


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I bought one from Camping World for my Class C. Zippered side windows to use if you want. Worked great. Think around 60.00.

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I have small round Velcro patches screwed along the interior plastic trim of the cab in various places so I can stick the blackout curtain in place. Its quick and easy and very simple to make. Its standard in the Sunseeker line.

From a security perspective, having a cover on the exterior is not the best idea. You need to be able to see out if you need to. Unlocking the door to investigate a noise should never be an option for you when you are parked anywhere ! Sorry to say in todays world we all need to be aware of who and what lurks around us.

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bobndot wrote:

I have small round Velcro patches screwed along the interior plastic trim of the cab in various places so I can stick the blackout curtain in place. Its quick and easy and very simple to make. Its standard in the Sunseeker line.

From a security perspective, having a cover on the exterior is not the best idea. You need to be able to see out if you need to. Unlocking the door to investigate a noise should never be an option for you when you are parked anywhere ! Sorry to say in todays world we all need to be aware of who and what lurks around us.


I like the external type since it does a better job of keeping the heat or cold out of the cab. But, to bobndot's point, you can not see out if you need to. So, best of both worlds, external in storage and safe campgrounds and internal at other times (including overnighting en-route). Neither type takes up much space.


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