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Old 02-05-2016, 07:37 AM   #1
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Windshield Replacement in Central Florida

We are spending the winter in the Ocala/Gainesville Fl. area. We have a 2007 Winnebago Vista with a two piece windshield. One side needs to replaced due to a crack. The other is leaking at the top, probably due to the infamous frame rust issue. Any recommendations for a central Florida shop that can handle the work? Thanks.
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I've never had a windshield replaced, but Alliance Coach has done work on my Motorhome and I've been very pleased with them. They are in Wildwood.
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Contact Duncan Systems, they have a warehouse facility near Tampa and can arrange for your windshield to be replace where ever you are parked.

I had to have my windshield reset due to it shifting and popping out of the gasket on the passenger side. Contacted Duncan and I went to their shop, a very good service.
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safe-lite glass came to disney and did one side fix on my newmar. tech said they change out windsheilds on motorhomes. part # in low corners of glass. there is right &left #s
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