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hello, we just bought a class c. was wondering if there is anyplace to buy inside blinds for the cab windshield and the two side windows. thank you..

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Most likely you'll get better responses in the Class C forum. [emoticon] Dennis


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I'd thought about that back when we had out C but there's not the windshield height like you have in an A. The 'stowed' shade would seriously intrude on your vision.

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snow0700 wrote:

hello, we just bought a class c. was wondering if there is anyplace to buy inside blinds for the cab windshield and the two side windows. thank you..

Go to wallmart and purchase windshield sun shades for "vans". They fit perfectly inside the windshield of a Class C.....cause they are a van. [emoticon]

And if you want there are a plethora of them with printed designs on them. Which makes it looks nicer than that glaring silver. Mine has a scene on them with the ocean and palms. I've yet to park with them on at a CG and not have someone ask where I got them.

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I use these "2 piece" collapsible van windshield sunshades for the side windows.
Sans the Ford logo! [emoticon]

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BTW: These windshield van sun shades fit PERFECTLY under the day/night shades on the sides of your Class C.

Just slip them under the day/night shade to block out the sun to keep it cool in your RV and/or to keep out the cold in winter. No screws, fasteners, or velcro etc needed. They stay put under you pull them out.

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If you want the blinds for when you're parked, go to any blind store or Home Depot/Lowes and have the size special made for you. Good luck!


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garyemunson wrote:

I'd thought about that back when we had out C but there's not the windshield height like you have in an A. The 'stowed' shade would seriously intrude on your vision.
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thank you everyone.. gives me some ideas now..sincerely snow0700

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You can go to Menards or Lowes and have them cut to the size you need.

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My last mh, a class C, had a vinyl cover made to go on the INSIDE of the cab. It covered both side windows and the windshield, and was held on with snaps.

Exterior vinyl covers that do the same are available at many RV parts places.


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