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Old 12-27-2006, 03:36 PM   #1
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FS: Sunguard Window Shade for 2955RL back window

Sunguard Window Shade (Size: Large) Width: 82" height: 52 "
High Density - 94% Protection
Have this for sale..used 1/2 of season. It has velcro and or snap usage. We used the velcro and that worked really nice. It also has the snaps if that is what you want to use also. When not in use we just roll it up on a noodle. Very light weight.
This was great for the large back window. Asking $55.00 OBO Color is Navy ...this was perfect color for our 05. This is in excellent condition.
Block out 94% of the intense heat, light and destructive UV rays! Protect your interior from fading, rotting and deteriorating! Plus, you can see out and enjoy your view, yet your neighbors will not be able to see in! Cover and shade all your windows and enjoy 100% complete daytime privacy throughout your entire RV! An excellent benefit of having side window shades is that you can keep them on all the time, even while you drive! If your windows are tinted, it's nice to have exterior shades on them as well. While a tinted window does give you privacy, the glass still gets hot and generates heat inside your coach. Plus, as soon as you open a tinted window, you've lost the benefits of the tint. Unlike tinted windows, exterior window shades put a barrier between the sun and the glass ? so your glass does not heat up, and your RV stays far cooler inside! With window shades on your RV, you can open your windows and still enjoy your shade and privacy. We believe that Sunguard Window-Shades are one of the best investments you can make for your RV. More efficient than tinting, more affordable than awnings, they just make sense! Use inside or out. Exterior shades also protect the rubber molding around the your windows from sun-rot. Made of the same high-quality sunscreen material and double reinforced vinyl binding as our popular Sunguard Windshield Covers.

 
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