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Old 05-20-2011, 10:02 PM   #1
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Hello, i'm new to Austin Texas. Just retired and my wife of 46yrs and I recently purchased a home and starting to finish unpacking. We have a yr 2000 Residency 37.8ft V-10 Class A, built by Mountain Home. Moved here from California and really haven't been out camping in a while but will be on the road soon. We have these "Creepy Seals" on our side dual pane windows and so far cant find anyone in the area that does this type of repairs. They are the SE-GI window glass. If anybody out there knows of a place or company that works on these sure would be a big help to find out. I sent an e-mail to Dave and he suggested that I might try out his kit. I had hoped to fine someone before I go that route.

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Welcome to Texas and iRV2. How is life after leaving California? Got to be a lot better.

I am not sure of "creepy seals". But do check out the Texas Boomers ..Down in the South central region. We havea rally this coming weekend in Johnson City....really near Austin. Even if you can't camp, stop by for a visit on Saturday or Sunday.

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Welcome to the forum. Hope you find someone to help with the seals. Many happy and safe miles.
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Welcome to Texas!! We're just up the road a ways in the exciting town of Temple - like TXIceman said check out the Texas Boomers and the rally next weekend in Johnson City.
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Im a native born Texan from Dallas. Always wanted to be in Austin.
I think I found a shop in North Texas for the Seals. Thank for the invite but just had knee surgury and wont be doing much traveling for awhile

Thanks again,

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I am not sure of "creepy seals". But do check out the Texas Boomers ..Down in the South central region. We havea rally this coming weekend in Johnson City....really near Austin. Even if you can't camp, stop by for a visit on Saturday or Sunday.

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