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Old 09-12-2010, 07:54 PM   #1
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Windows today

The passenger side window was foggy on our 99 pace arrow when we bought it, uhhhh... nearly 2 years ago, and today was the day I finally got around to doing something about it.

This was a big 3 peice with a slider. The slider and the top section were fogged bad. I ordered the window glass from Atwood a few weeks ago, that was the easy part no doubt. Real nice lady there, knows everything, got me exactly the right glass.

Other than getting at some of the retainer screws, getting the window unit out was pretty easy. Replacing the slider was cake, that coulda been done siutting in the seat ewith the unit installed.

Top one was a pita, but I gotter done. On the fleetwood, the window seals are u shaped and wrap completely around the glass. I had to disassemble and spread the frame to get the glass out.

Menards had some nice gasket material, pedel and stick on one side, made of edpm, soft and ribed on the other side, 3/16 thick by 3/8 wide. It was a pretty close match to what was there. Tomorrow I need to buy some fresh caulk and finich the job, but wow what a difference. Even from the outside the coach looks way better.

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Old 09-13-2010, 05:31 PM   #2
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Sounds like you gotter done!!!

Kathy & George Zimm & 1 Sheltie, Lancelot
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yup. got the caulking done yesterday, can't wait to go camping again. DW likes to have the window open, with the old foggy one, it completely blocked my mirror on that side, looking forward to seeing where I been, and not having to chasnge lanes "by braille"
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