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Old 11-10-2018, 02:50 PM   #1
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Windshield replacement

Hey Guys,

Anyone have any experience with windshield replacement down the I95 corridor between Savannah and Melbourne?

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Try... mike@rvglasstech.com did mine early 2017. Contractor for Duncan and others. Came to our site, super professional. Said he goes all over the state. Scaffold, lift...all the right tools to do it right.
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It is my understanding Mike is no longer doing it. I'll be anxious to hear what you find out. Also a little farther south is RV Glass Solutions in Lakeland I have heard good things about.
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Old 11-11-2018, 07:36 PM   #4
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Had my windshield reset at RV Glass in Lakeland 3 yrs ago still holding
windshield had popped out of frame upper right corner several time before they fixed it. They also do replacement glass at Lakeland
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Old 12-08-2018, 06:48 PM   #5
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Red face Windshield problem

Had my windshield replaced and when the first rain came it had a major leak. Called the rv glass company that installed it and the came back and resealed it again. Next rain storm it leaked again. Called them back and they resealed again but said the fiberglass on each side of the windshield had shrunk about one half inch on both sides and the only way to fix is to take the rig to a body shop and have them add the inch to the frame.
Have anyone else had this problem?? Would like to hear from you how i can best fix my problem. 2007 monaco, 38 feet. Need your advice. Thank you, tc
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Try... mike@rvglasstech.com did mine early 2017. Contractor for Duncan and others. Came to our site, super professional. Said he goes all over the state. Scaffold, lift...all the right tools to do it right.


FYI, I talked to RV Glass Tech and Mike is still working & they will replace my windshield over the winter in Florida.

Thanks for the info and recommendation.
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