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Old 06-09-2008, 04:49 PM   #1
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Our 89 Itasca 31 has a sliding window on the front passenger side. There is a "u" shaped fuzzy weatherstripping in the channel that the window slides in. This weatherstripping has become damaged & worn and is jamming the window. Can it be replaced and any ideas where it is available?

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Our 89 Itasca 31 has a sliding window on the front passenger side. There is a "u" shaped fuzzy weatherstripping in the channel that the window slides in. This weatherstripping has become damaged & worn and is jamming the window. Can it be replaced and any ideas where it is available?

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Old 06-17-2008, 04:23 PM   #3
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by bluegrasser:
Our 89 Itasca 31 has a sliding window on the front passenger side. There is a "u" shaped fuzzy weatherstripping in the channel that the window slides in. This weatherstripping has become damaged & worn and is jamming the window. Can it be replaced and any ideas where it is available?

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Ok--- My recommendation for any Winnebago parts is to go down to your local dealer and pick up a Winnebago parts and accessories catalog- they produce them every year. They cost the dealer a penny- so they are basically free.
The fuzzy channel is listed in there. 007324-**-000 I believe is the part #.
You need to know the thickness of your glass as Winnebago offers it for 1/8 and 3/16 glass thicknesses.
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Hi Brian - Not bad on the part number of the weatherstripping - How about 002324-02-000. G.Kearney
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I was just looking at all our windows..I can see we need to replace alot of the fuzzy pieces. Are these just dealer or can you buy them anywhere
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One other thing, After you install them use silicone spray. It keeps the window from tearing that channel and makes the window slide much easier.
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