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Old 05-26-2015, 07:11 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by hrbcraig View Post
If you replace your dual pane windows with Laminated glass, how are you addressing the spacing issue? Dual pane glass is slightly wider than the laminated replacement?
You might want to check with the motorhome manufacturer as to whether dual pane windows were optional for 2003. When we ordered our 2001 Winnebago Adventurer dual pane windows were an extra cost option. That means the standard was a single pane. If that's the case for your motorhome you could order a complete single pane window and not have to worry about how it fits in your current frame.

As a side note I would find out who the window manufacturer is and order directly from them if possible. Our 2001 Adventurer had Atwood windows. We could order directly from them at less than 1/2 of what it would cost to get them from a Winnebago dealer.

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Old 05-26-2015, 07:19 PM   #30
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But 2x almost nothing is still next to nothing. Whether .9 or 1.6 it's still neglishable. I think the people who actually buy into it are fooling themselves. Wonder what the R value is of my 1/4" thick glass is?
Shading the window will do 10x more in hot sun than having dual pane windows. The sealing around the edges has more to do with keeping noise out.
Been Rv'ing since 1957, have had both and will not have anything but dual pane windows. They are quieter and do have insulation value.

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