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Old 08-22-2014, 06:08 PM   #29
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Mchero, did you have much of a problem getting the glass out of window frame. I've removed the windows from the coach- its not to bad, but I haven't removed the glass from the frame. Also How hard was it to apply the final sealent around the window? I guess my question is what was the hardest part in the resealing. I have 2007 Bounder diesel 38v and every window is fogging.

Off topic-- but I noticed you ave a full wall slide - I just had a problem with my full wall slide leaking water into the ceiling foam. What a Pia and expensive anyway check where the TPO roof material of the slide meets the angle iron at the main roof line. Fleetwood didn't put any sealent there and since it's under the topper it's difficult to see. Cost 6000 to fix the damage. Buy the time you smell the mildew in the compartment above the coach it's to late.

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Old 08-22-2014, 07:52 PM   #30
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Have not dove into the project yet. Been working to get the house painted when the weather is good. Do get yourself one of those large "space Bags" when you pop open the super seal you expose it to the moisture.
My 1st coach was a 93 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Diesel Pusher. I have seen the quality in the coaches throughout the years. I went over the slide real close & no water intrusion.

Check out my personal website thread on fogged windows;

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