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Old 12-10-2014, 10:37 AM   #1
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Frameless Windows

When we toured the ARG (Monaco, Fleetwood, American) factory in September, we noticed that all the coaches they mfg have frameless windows -- I like the looks of them, but they`re not very functional -- None of them can slide open & when the lower panels are cranked out, it`s only about 8 inches, if that -- I asked about the lack of air coming thru the small openings, & the response was, you can open them when it rains -- I`ve seen in some forums, that these windows have a problem with leaking -- Bill Willard
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Old 12-10-2014, 10:42 AM   #2
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I've had frameless windows on three coaches, and have never had a problem with leaks with any of them. And being able to open them in the rain is a BIG plus. Open more than one should give you plenty of air exchange, particularly if using an exhaust fan. The sliding track windows accumulate dirt and debris, and eventually will leak due to this, but of course that's easily remedied.
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