Classic Accessories 78634 RV Windshield Cover, Fits Ford '04 - Current

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by Pete from across the River Date Added: Sunday 21 July, 2013

This is a cover designed for the windshield and side windows of a Dodge/Freightliner/Mercedes Sprinter Van. I have a "class b" (van conversion) type RV build in the body of a long wheel base Sprinter 3500. My vehicle is a 2010 Mercedes Chassis. (Older Sprinters have a slightly different size to the windows.)The cover came folded/rolled to fit in a plastic pouch made of the same fabric backed vinyl of the cover itself. After removing the cover from the pouch, there was a little fumbling to shake it open and find the correct corner. Opened the diver's door, and slipped the corner into the strap sewn there. Then spread the cover across the windshield.There was a little back and forth, to fiddle with the velcro strips to fit the "slots" around the outside mirrors --- and it took a bit of fluffing and pulling to get the cover fully across the window with only a little bit of slack. Then was able to slip the other corner on the passenger side door. Doors closed, wrinkles mostly pulled tight and it was in place.My van does not have the structure over the cab (as the photo shows) but the cover adequately blocks the windshield -- with a couple inches at the bottom edge uncovered -- for the windshield wipers. If intended for privacy, this won't present a problem, as the dash board slopes upward and someone outside can't look in -- all they'd see is a bit of the dashboard.The white cover reflects a substantial amount of light away -- and my van is much cooler inside, even though it's stored in direct sun (it's been in the 80s around here lately).The cover does transmit some of the light through, though I have not yet looked at it from the interior at night. I suspect that there will be RV parks that are so brightly lighted, that even though the cover gives adequate interior privacy, that I'll still want to use the interior curtains to block out the light from outside.Summary. It does what I wanted it to do. It was relatively easy to put on. It appears to be reasonably well made considering the price. The unknowns are how well it will hold up over time and how easy it will be to fold/roll up to fit back in its pouch. When folded it does not appear to take much room, so it will be easy to slip into the "trunk" area with the other hoses and cables, etc.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by john michael hewitt Date Added: Monday 11 March, 2013

easy to install, really cuts down the heat, blocks out light, folds up easily cleans up well. Durable in the sun.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Judy P. Morris "Judy P Morris" Date Added: Saturday 18 August, 2012


Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Ronald Chadwick "Beach Ron" Date Added: Monday 31 October, 2011

We have been using a curtain that snapped inside behind the driver's seat and there are a couple of problems with this arrangement, for one you still get sun in the windshield and side windows which makes the cab hot and adds load to the AC in the coach, for another, you really lose some space in the cab that could be used for storage when set up. The upside of the curtain is that it can be hung without going outside. We bought this because we travel a lot in the south and west and wanted to solve both the problems, this item did that in spades. It fits very snug, easy to install, just open each door hock the top strap over the corner and close the door, there are magnets to hold the bottom in place, looks good, and should not only keep the sun out but will add some insulation to the window glass. No need to use the curtain any more, of course we will keep it for those rainy days and although we have not tried it, I wonder about windy days too, the material is thick so it should be OK. Recommended.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Retired CWO "Bill" Date Added: Thursday 20 May, 2010

This windshield cover fit my 2004 like a glove. Mirrors were not a problem. I was a little leary due to reviews on other covers not fitting as described. A great add-on for the RV, saves the dash and seats, and keeps the temp down. Even came with its own little storage pouch.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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