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Old 11-15-2010, 08:05 PM   #1
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Fogged Window

I have a 99 Alpine and the drivers window is starting to fog some I saw a post about Dave Root's possible fix and called him several days ago and never heard a thing from him. Does anyone else have anything else to say about this problem. And maybe a fix for it Thanks Randy Mayfield
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This problem has been discussed endlessly on this forum and every other manufacturer forum. I am surprised that a '99 has survived this long without the windows fogging. Suncoast Designers, Hudson, Fl. will fix it for $250.
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Randy,
I've noted on Dave Root's website, he request folks e-mail him. You might give that a try. Also, I understand Dave will be in the SW this winter. This may be a better alternative, unless Florida is closer.
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This problem has been discussed endlessly on this forum and every other manufacturer forum. I am surprised that a '99 has survived this long without the windows fogging. Suncoast Designers, Hudson, Fl. will fix it for $250.

It just started about a year ago not bad yet but it is going to be so thanks for the post
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I saw that on another post that he was going to be in Texas that is why I called him thought he might be close and could get by to see him. Thanks for the info
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I had several windows done by Dave this last summer and can say he was great to work with. I would try the email route to contact him.
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I just had Dave Root fix my windows in Portland yesterday. He did an excellent job and I would recommend him. He wiil be heading south in January and is taking appointments now.

The way he prefers to be contacted first is by email. You can email a digital picture with the dimensions and he will give you a quote.
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