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Old 05-09-2015, 04:51 PM   #29
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If the tint difference is as bad as the picture shows, I couldn't stand looking at it either. Solution may be tinting the original side to match the replacement.
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Just install Window Film and move on- Progressive is a PIA to deal with on claims- they find every reason not to satisfy- just my experience!
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Just install Window Film and move on- Progressive is a PIA to deal with on claims- they find every reason not to satisfy- just my experience!
We had the opposite experience a couple of years ago when the neutral wire broke in our auto transfer switch and burned out many items in our coach. The adjuster met with an RV mechanic on site and took a list of items from us that were destroyed. They paid for all, including labor, minus the deductible of course.

Maybe we were just lucky reading this thread and your post. We will see after claiming our windshield.
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