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Old 01-02-2010, 05:08 PM   #1
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Broken Driver Side Window

Ok, I know Joel wasn't supposed to break the window while trying to defog, BUT.......does anyone have any idea where we can have the window replaced ASAP in Orange County, CA. We are planning to be in Indio for the raly...any idea IF it might be available there.

Any help greatly appreciated.

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Old 01-02-2010, 06:27 PM   #2
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Try these companies, Action Glass in Fontana, 909-823-6741
Walt's RV in Fontana, Ca, 909-823-0563
AZ RV Salvage in Phoenix, Az 877-824-8242
I've dealt with all of them, you will need the info on your coach, year, make model, and some numbers off of the window. Hopefully it's not smashed out.
Action made a side glass for me in 2006, $80.
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Not sure, but I think most places that do automotive glass will do it. A lot of them right at your house. I'm sure most will have to order it. The Numbers on the windshield has the information they can use to order it. FYI, my right front was $1500.00 - so depending on your deductable......? It took about a week to get the glass. The number for the left windshield is the same as the right, except one of the numbers has a suffix of "R" instead of "L" (If you left is totaled and you can't read the numbers).
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Old 01-03-2010, 12:34 AM   #4
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Hello Joel:

I had two panes in the Drivers window replaced due to fogging, they came out removed the window had new glass made and reinstalled the window for $250.00 per glass replaced for a total of $500.00. I even had them place a tinted window on the top glass. The windows look GREAT.

They may even go out to Indio to do the work. Unfortunately it takes 3 to 4 days to have the glass made and heat treated for a safety glass. They also do Windshields on Motorhomes and cars.

Contact Reliable Auto Glass, (909) 723-4125 or (951) 892-4612. They are located on Redlands CA.
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Dave: Thanks for the info on Reliable Auto Glass. Will definitely contact them.
I successfully defogged both of the top windows, driver & passenger, but obviously didn't have a surgeon's hands on the larger window.
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