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Old 05-30-2010, 04:28 PM   #15
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I bought one last December at Aubrey's in Yakima, $90 + tx. Don't know if they have any more.

If you can't find the one w/the 45 degree miter on one corner, a square one is probably workable.
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Tom, out of curiosity why do you walk on it? Do you walk on your windows at home? Tom, try an auto body shop that does a lot of glass work and see if they have any suggestions.
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Hey Ted, you see with the MH cover on the roof I had to try to walk around it without walking on a Fantastic fan vent, 2 pipe vents, 1 satellite dish, 1 refrigerator vent, 2 solar panels, another Fantastic vent, 1 Maxi vent, 2-a/c units, and a set of air horns. All without walking off the edge, while Patty.
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is on the ground yelling......ops....telling me to be careful because it was dark outside.

Yup, my insurance was paid up.

I haven't replaces the skylight yet. I resealed the edges and have no leaks, but it is discolored where the plastic was stressed.

Aubrey's doesn't have any more.

P.S. Ted we are closer to you now. The coach is sitting at St. Louis RV Park , and moving to Indianapolis in July.
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Here is a site that I saved when I was looking. IIRC they can make one to order too.
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The one I got at Aubrey's is 24x24 w/a 12"x12" miter at 45 degrees taken off one corner. I believe that's the original size tho I haven't actually measured the old, yellowed, cracked one on my roof (I think our getting stuck w/an old new one was part of WRV cleaning out the attic in an effort to be frugal; I guess we got fruged).
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