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Old 12-01-2015, 09:39 PM   #1
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This is our second Rialta, sold the 2001 and bought a 2002 with the full size bed in the rear, and lower miles on the engine. I had the door windows and the windshield lightly tinted but with film that keeps out the heat and it keeps us and the dash cover cool, even while driving into the sunlight. I replaced the mattress with a piece of foam and two inches of memory foam on the top. Yes, I had to replace the cab A/C in both the units while traveling.

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the memory foam is like heaven ....lollll


Can you tell us more about the tinted film



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Dan, sorry for the late reply. According to my paperwork, the side windows have Win 30, a product made by Madico (madico.com). The windshield has a film made by SunTek (suntek.com) CXP 80. A little over $100 for the windshield and around $100 for the two door windows total. After a week or so, a suction cup (GPS, DashCam, etc.) can be used.


Another item I like is the Garmin ecoRoute. It plugs into the OBD II and sends information (MPG, diagnostics, error codes) via bluetooth to the Garmin GPS.



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