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Old 09-29-2016, 09:48 AM   #1
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Hi we have a 2016 sunsseker 2400r. The unit came with the standard front end privacy curtains, the ones that attach via Velcro over the crew compartment. . We've been searching for a better alternative. when you turn the driver and passenger seats around the curtain is right behind the seat. I saw a great idea at camping world, the cover attached on the outside of the RV covering the windshield and side windows by hooking to the upper part of the doors and with magnates, it even had covers over screens that could be taken down to allow light inside and so you could see out and then put back up when you wanted privacy inside. So far we have found nothing that fits our 2400R, if anyone has any ideas please let me know, thank you in advance.

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Old 09-29-2016, 04:42 PM   #2
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sun shades

I have had the heat shield interior windshield cover for about 3 years now and like it. Also have the driver and pass window covers, they use suction cups to stay put...
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Old 09-29-2016, 05:24 PM   #3
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ADCO makes nice windshield covers that go on the outside of your windshield. There is a version like you described and a solid version as well. I used the solid one on my MBS and now I use one on my GTS while it is in storage. See Here.

High End Motorsports sells reflective interior interior shields like Hoglou posted. I also used them in my MBS and then purchased a set for my GTS. See Here.

Both are very good products that will help keep your interior cooler while providing additional privacy. I use ADCO for storage, and longer stays, and the H.E.M. for over night stays.
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Old 10-10-2016, 10:25 AM   #4
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Yes, I was tossing about for ideas for this. The original is all draped over the driver passenger chairs when they are turned around, like you said. I wanted to stick up new Velcro buttons and just rehang the curtain further back. But, I don't want to look at those extra Velcro spots when we're driving. Plus, I kinda hate that curtain fabric. That is some weird feeling fabric, I can't stand to touch it. So I measured for making a new curtain that fit better and liked better and trying to think of different way to hang it.

Anyway to make a short story long, after we made Reflectix covers for the cab, that seems good enough for right now and I stored that curtain for resale.

The problem with outdoor covers is going outside in your jammies when you wake up and want to have coffee and gaze outside, at the woods, hopefully. I did get an unusually long hoodie at Costco that I use for a RV bathrobe, it's not heavy like a coat. In my mind, you can't tell I'm really wearing my bathrobe.
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Old 10-12-2016, 05:55 PM   #5
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They make a curtain for the MBS, it's just not listed on their site. Depending on the how hot the weather is I use it in tandem with the Motorsport sunshade mentioned above to block more heat.

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Old 10-12-2016, 11:19 PM   #6
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We also have the heat shield privacy curtaians as mentioned and we love them.They are really great for keeping sun out when hot.We got the ones with the gold side.We have held on to the privacy curtain as a couple of times when travelling in colder weather we found it helped keep the front of the cab warm if we put the curtain up behind us until things warmed up
We have bean bag ottomans so set them on the floor and it blocked out any cold I also had a nicer colour of curtains made for the upper bunk as the beige colour was sooooo drab!LOL

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