Ford 1992-1995 - Deluxe Class C Windshield Cover - Without Mirror Cut-Outs

Catalog Item # 49884

Deluxe Windshield Cover provides privacy and sun protection for your Class C motorhome.

Installs with no snaps, screws or drilling. Magnetic fasteners for easy on/off with anti-theft tabs. Integrated privacy screens in roll-up windows filter natural light and let you see out yet deters others from seeing in. Includes storage bag. Constructed of heavy-duty white vinyl with grey polyester mesh privacy screen.

Some cover models feature mirror cut-outs while others do not, as noted in the part # descriptions. If your mirrors have a tri-pod style mount, common to older models, then no mirror cut-outs are necessary.

Technical Specifications

5.2 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 7 reviews (4 Based on 7 Reviews)

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by Tom Linkimer – July 17, 2013
3 out of 5 stars

We sent it back, as we discovered after arrival we ordered the wrong cover. We needed the mirror cutouts.

Ford 1992-2005 - Deluxe Class C Windshield Covers

by Anonymous – April 18, 2011
3 out of 5 stars

pros - easy to install .- covers windshield - quality is ok - cons - more velcro or a zipper on the see-through window

Very Satisfied

by Anonymous – September 29, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

Shipping was quick and cover fits very well.

Ford 1992-2005 - Deluxe Class C Windshield Covers

by Anonymous – October 20, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

Fits the front of the camper almost perfectly. My only cons would be that there is a tiny gap at the bottom across the front an

Quite nice, except for one thing

by Ron Marshall – March 08, 2012
3 out of 5 stars

The cover doesn't have a cutout for the mirrors on my 2004 E-450, so the cover sort of rides over the arms , messing up an other

No, you will want to use SKU#49881 for a 2002 Ford E450 motorhome chassis.
by Camping World – May 17, 2016
by Anonymous – March 05, 2016
Is there any anti-theft options.
The cover has 'anti-theft' tabs. Essentially, they are sections that are slipped on the driver and passenger doors while open, and stay on the door when they are shut.
by Camping World – March 29, 2016

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