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Old 07-22-2012, 01:56 PM   #1
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Anyone used this company for windshield replacement? Seems to Good Sam endorsement. I have a crack that has developed in my driver's side two piece windshield. I am thinking of filing claim and getting estimate from this company.
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Yes, I had them replace my windshield. They came out to the park and did a fantastic job. I was going to go to their shop but they were insistant about not moving the rig for something like six hours after the replacement. That is kind of tough for full timers with two cats and a dog. So they came out to the park in Eugene, OR and did it.
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Thanks for reply Tom. Should not hurt to get their estimate regardless if I use them. I live so rural, but one never knows, they might have a contract shop within 50 miles of me.

Appears you have one-piece versus my two-pieve but I doubt that matters.

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Bill give them a call in Eugene and they will probably set you up with an installer/supplier. I wish I can remember the guys name. I left my message and he called me back and gave me quite an education on rv windshield, stress cracks and dash movement. I think his name was Dave but I am not sure.
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