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Old 10-30-2005, 09:12 AM   #15
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When you say that the glass is nnot available, did you check with Mobility in Forest City? they handle most parts for Winnebago. See their add on this site.

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Cubman, I am interested in your approach but I am also concerned about the lack of sealant. Don't you get condensation between the original pane and the plexiglass?
Also, my window is made up of4 separate panes - one on each side that open jalousy-style, one in the center and the broken one which is the largest pane that runs across the top of the other three panes. It is about 7 feet wide, two fet high. Can I R&R just that top pane? Or does the whole assembly have to come out?

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Well, I talked to another dealer and his price was $435.00 delivered! Wonder where the $2,000 came from? Oh yes, both prices are plus labor.
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Of course the 435 is too cheap so your going to go for the 2000 right cause they'll do a better job right?
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Sounds like $2000;I don't want to deal with it but for the right price.$435 what the job is really worth.

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