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Old 09-17-2014, 07:25 PM   #1
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Can frameless windows be kept open while traveling?

I am not one for a/c. In fact we mostly use it at night as white noise to sleep.
But when traveling I almost always need to have a window cracked.

Can the frameless windows in the house be kept open or will high speed wind buffeting pull them off their arms/brackets?

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Old 09-17-2014, 07:34 PM   #2
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I had one come loose once - by bumping it, not by highway wind. One of the metal arms that push-out and hold the glass in place came off the glass. It was just held on by some sort of glue. Didn't seem to take much of a bump to break the metal support off the glass. So to answer your question, "I'm not sure...," but we now keep our frameless windows closed while rolling down the road. We do keep the roof vents open, however. Hope that helps, \ken
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