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Old 01-27-2015, 09:27 PM   #1
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Dual Pane Windows 2007/08 Fleetwood & Winnebago

We are considering replacing our Safari Trek with a 36-38 ft Class A Gas.

Our preliminary Internet research as well as recommendations from this forum has determined that the following coaches may meet our requirements. preferences and budget.

2007/2008 Fleetwood Pace Arrow or Southwind
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2007/2008 Winnebago Adventurer or Voyage and Itasca Suncruiser or Sunrise

As Canadians we use our coach in cold weather and appreciate the reduction in window condensation Dual Pane Windows provide.

Having reviewed the downloaded brochures for all these models we could not find any reference to Dual Pane Windows either as standard or an option, although we have have been informed they were standard on the Winnebagos & Itascas

Can anyone confirm if Dual Pane Windows were available in any of these these models?

Thanks
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I have a 2007 Voyage with dual pane windows in it. It was an option from what I remember.

Grand Package option or just dual pane option list on flyer.
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Old 01-27-2015, 10:08 PM   #3
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Per the brochure, dual pane windows standard on the Adventurer.
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I have the '06 Itasca Sunrise and it has dual pane windows. I think it was standard on that model and year.
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Per the brochure, dual pane windows standard on the Adventurer.
Thanks, I missed that because it is stated in a description paragraph and not in the specs list.
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We had a 2008 Southwind 36 foot. It was equipped with dual pane windows and we used it in some very cold temperatures (-27C coming out of Alberta in February) and slept in the coach enroute. It was comfortable for living but we did not try keeping water in it until we hit warmer weather.
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