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Old 04-24-2014, 07:34 PM   #1
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side window frame # 2002

I am currently looking for information on 2002 Alpine Coach side window numbers. Apparently Interstate Metal in Portland Oregon makes up replacement windows at a very reasonable cost. contact name is John
My understanding is that that the frame number is all important in getting the right glass. 2002 Alpine Coach frame number (17 digits), anyone out there with this information?

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There are lot of posts on the forum about windows. I know nothing about the company you are asking about. I used Dave Root in Bend OR to repair almost all my windows now and have had no problems at all. Before I started using Dave, I used a local company in Portland make me new side windows and they failed within one year.

If it were me I would contact Dave and get an estimate. He offers different options for fixing windows. He likes emails best.
daverootrvglassrepair.com or 541 280 3612
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Try Peninsula Glass in Vancouver, WA. They replaced all my frames and glass and we are very pleased.
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(800) 468-4323 is phone number for Peninsula Glass. Ask for Jeff.
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