Originally Posted by 68Triumph
You will lose some head room at the dinette! Just curious, what's the problem with the bubble windows?
First, the bubbles do not stay clear. They get cloudy with age and glass will not do that. Also, the bubbles are a huge heat source to the camper in the summer. Seconds, I don't think dark tinted glass would be such a large source of heat - thicker material and less surface area. I don't envision a time where I'll need the headroom from the bubble, as that would be sort of weird to be sitting at the table with my head in the dome. Also, I'd be more comfortable covering glass with a material for long lengths of time vs. plastic. I would like to get a piece of vinyl or other material to place on top of the glass to block the sunlight. Like the material a boat cover is made out of, cut (professionally) to fit each window. Maybe put velcro around each window or something? I'd like the ability to keep the inside of the camper dark. We put limo tint on the side windows, and not only did it add privacy (main reason for the install), but drastically cut down the heat input into the camper.