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Old 02-08-2013, 11:50 AM   #15
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$235 for the repair kit? That seems high and close to what shops want to do the repair if I remove the window. Has to be someone that sells that window seal. There are a few window companies here in town I'm gonna try and see if I can get them to sell me some seal and if the glass is etched maybe they will cut me some glass too. I dont think the RV windows are DOT rated.
That's for 66', should be enough to do 4-5 windows, if you only have 1 window it probably doesn't work out well.
My glass is tempered. I got a quote for 1 large dual pane window made locally and it was $425 just for the window, no installation. I'm getting another quote now.
Let me know if you have any luck finding the seal material.
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Old 02-09-2013, 04:00 AM   #16
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What exactly is this "snow" you speak of? I thought that stuff only fell at like the North Pole and/or Alaska? Are you trying to convince me that it falls somewhere in the Continental US? AND people actually live in it? As in, go outside etc? What's this world coming to?
Unbelievable wind and snow this morning. Still have power which is better than alot of people. I started plowing at 1:30 am and it looks like I hadn't started yet. Can't see, it's white out conditions out there.
I'm ready for to put it off until it's over, worst I've see in some time. My sons live in Florida, There smarter than me I guess, they must take after my wife. All I can say is enjoy your warm weather, I envy you.
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Can't wait to get out of the cold and on the open road! We are getting ready to unwrap the MH and head down to Savannah and Myrtle Beach. On the way down we are stopping at the RV show in VA. My husband is working on my honey do list as we speak! He is going to replace the laminate on the table and kitchen counter to a faux granite look and while he has everything torn-up he is also going to replace the sink. We are aslo going to replace all of the carpeting. Not to mention replacing the shocks! So much to-do before March 7th!
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$235 for the repair kit? That seems high and close to what shops want to do the repair if I remove the window. Has to be someone that sells that window seal. There are a few window companies here in town I'm gonna try and see if I can get them to sell me some seal and if the glass is etched maybe they will cut me some glass too. I dont think the RV windows are DOT rated.
Like stated that is for his kit. If you only want to do 1 window call or email Dave and he will sell you enough material for 1 window. I just got done doing my door window (85 for the kit shipped) and what a difference it made. If your mechanically inclined I highly recommend doing it yourself, it wasn't that hard. I will say that the glass cleaner that he gives you in the kit is probably the best I have ever used.
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