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Old 10-15-2016, 05:15 PM   #1
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I'm in a bit of a bind. I sustained substantial body twisting and just a little exterior damage in Washington and I'm trying to get to Arizona but I've got a problem now, it looks like my two part windshield is about to fall out and the dogs and I are going to go deaf listening to the whistle from the wind coming through the separation in the glass.

I need to find a good and trustworthy place to have this thing looked at. It is possible I could leave it here and continue on in my toad and come back when it's fixed.

Does anyone have any ideas or a place I can take it?
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Oh ya I'm in a 2006 45' Travel Supreme
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Try Nomad Glass Motorhome Windshield Replacement Specialist - Phoenix, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Seattle, Tacoma, Boise, San Diego, Houston, Tampa, Denver they may be able to remove/reseat windshield glass, without breaking it. Good luck!
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The glass started moving againso I turned around and went back to the last truck stop I passed. Funny thing is, if I drive easto the wind is trying to pull the windshield off, if I drive west the wind pushes it back in place. I can't drive west I need to go east
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If I was going to use an RV dealer it would be Bish's in Nampa there are also a couple of RV repair places in Mt. Home.
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Duct tape.
Basically Bob, that's how I got home lotsa tape and a prayer

Now I need a body shop in the Phoenix area.
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east valley rv specialist is a place used by many snowbirds to get repairs. they do a good job. ive sent customers to them before. havent had any complaints yet,
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