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Old 09-11-2010, 10:37 PM   #1
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Leaking windshield

Can anyone recommend a company around the Portland Or. area to fix a windshield seal?

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This guy is in Bend, Oregon but gets over the hill to I-5 retty regularly - at least he used to so you might try check with him. Dave Root Rv Glass Repair but looking at his website looks like he does side dual pane windows - If he doesn't do your type of repair he could probably make a recommendation for you. He worked on the windows of my previous coach and I though he did a great job for a reasonable price.

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You might try this: precisionautoglass.com.
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RV Glass Experts in Eugene, OR should be able to help you. They installed a new windshield on our MH a couple of years back and we are very happy with the installation.

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You might try this: precisionautoglass.com.
This is who I used.
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