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Old 06-05-2014, 03:52 AM   #15
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The weep hole covers do come off easy.!! I now try to remember to brush the bottom of the windows Horizontally with the brush. It helps to put them back on with a couple of dabs of silicone too.
They can be ordered through Country Coach or Kevin Waite. They are specific Driver or Passenger side.
Silicone works for me too.... most of the time!!
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I had the windows tinted on my new truck and the guy came to the shop. I was showing him the 3M clear bra and asked how much to remove. He shot me a number that is pretty cheap. He started today and is halfway finished. So far it looks perfect. He will come back in a day or so to finish. I will post results and final costs. He says he has done many of them. Using the steamer and plastic scraper method. Once its done I will also post a note on the main Class A forum as it seams like it discussed a lot.
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I had the windows tinted on my new truck and the guy came to the shop. I was showing him the 3M clear bra and asked how much to remove. He shot me a number that is pretty cheap. He started today and is halfway finished. So far it looks perfect. He will come back in a day or so to finish. I will post results and final costs. He says he has done many of them. Using the steamer and plastic scraper method. Once its done I will also post a note on the main Class A forum as it seams like it discussed a lot.
Why remove it? Is it getting hazy? Also, did you do the PTO mod yourself or pay someone to do it?

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Old 06-16-2014, 02:40 PM   #18
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Why remove it? Is it getting hazy? Also, did you do the PTO mod yourself or pay someone to do it?

Thx.

The bra was cracked pretty bad but not growing mold under it yet.

The Local Cat shop (Fabick) did the work for me on the radiator and PTO. The cool thing was they let me buy my own parts instead of going thru them.
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BTW on my model the rad comes out the bottom. I had no interest in wrestling that in and out. I think the radiator guys say it takes 8-12 hrs.
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Got the rest of the clear crap and glue off. The Guy charged me 400 bucks. No scratches and I have a coat of wax on the front and it looks like new. All the other stuff done. 2 trips already getting ready for a Colorado trip. Love the 400 hp cant wait to see how she does in the mountains.

BTW the best part so far is the DW LOVES it
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Have a 2005 Devinci Inspire that I bought in 2009.
At 35,000 it developed tiny radiator fin area leak. added a coupe of metal flake stop leak, couch now has 70,000 and have not had any sign of a leak. Very inexpensive fix that was recommended by Cat maintenance tech.
No problems to date with PTO drive.

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