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Old 08-08-2018, 03:28 PM   #1
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Tradewinds windows

Can anyone tell me the manufacturer of the Driver Side window on '99 Tradewinds 7372? Mine has fogged over and needs replaced. Does anyone know of a template for that window opening so I can get Motion Windows to make me a new, better designed window?
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Old 08-08-2018, 03:54 PM   #2
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Bob:

I don't know who made the window, but I had fog and a bad case of creep in my 1999 Tradewinds when we bought it in 2015. I took it to RV Fog Dr (Searcy, AR) in 2016 and they fixed me up! And, for a whole lot less than a replacement. They reused everything, frame, glass & screws.

Here's the before picture (2015):


And here's the after picture (2016):
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Thanks for the Info. Thats what my window looks like now !! I was dealing with Motion Windows people in Portland OR to get a new window designed with the top solid piece being 10 inches down and big slider ( so I could stick my head out backing up ). Kind of the opposite of what we have now. But by cutting chunks of the rubber gesket on the inside to get the hole dimensions did't work out with what his CAD program came up with, he wants a template made of the opening for the window to make sure it will fit when they make it. The estimate was $800 and 8 wks for delivery. the $800 seams resonable to me and driving to Searcy, AR and back plus what the Fog Dr charges would proably be a wash. I live it Traverse City MI, 1800 miles rnd trip!
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