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Old 07-21-2012, 12:12 PM   #15
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Fogged glass repair

I have a 2007 Revolution and most all of the windows are showing signs of fogging with the driver's compartment being the worst. I started with a small one in side of the slides so if I had problems I would not have to worry about sealing up the coach. This is not an easy project. It requires a lot of hand and arm strength to cut the glass apart and scrap the sealer from the edges of the glass. I made a few tools and fixtures to install the new spacer material and align the glass properly. The sealer is the messy part of the job but I'm getting better. Have lots of paper towel and use disposable gloves! My second day of work I was able the do the three panes in the drivers side window and two smaller panes in the passenger side window. They are all looking good even after a couple of days of rain. I have enough material left to do two medium size panes. Total cost - about $120. I am going to order the rest of the material (from glasswarepro.com) to complete the job for an additional $70.


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Old 07-22-2012, 08:55 PM   #16
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Thanks everyone for your suggestions. I have decided to make an appointment at Suncoast in Florida, I will be there this winter and I think this window job is more than I want to tackle. Thanks again.

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