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Old 12-08-2021, 04:12 PM   #1
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Passenger side front glass replacement

The rig is a 2007 Itasca Sunrise. Rock struck the right front passenger side window and shattered the outer pane of glass.

Location is currently Austin, Texas headed to Polk City, Florida.

So, does anyone know of a reputable shop that can replace the glass/window in either of these areas?

Or, does anyone know where I can locate a replacement pane of glass or a new window and how hard it would be to replace it? Seems to be several screws partially hidden by the dash.

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Old 12-08-2021, 07:56 PM   #2
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I have already bought a replacement passenger side window for my Winnebago Voyage and can tell you from what I've read and heard that the entire window frame has to be removed to carry out replacement. And isn't a simple quick job, I have put off doing this mine isn't broken it mists up occasionally not so bad I can't see out. As far as buying the replacement you can do that as I did contact Winnebago and they will give you where and whom to buy it from.
Good Luck hope this helps.
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Old 12-08-2021, 09:09 PM   #3
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a couple of thoughts...

- Colaw RV Salvage or any number of other RV salvage yards.

- there are a number of shops around the country that specialize in cleaning and re-sealing foggy RV dual-pane windows. we had that done at a shop in Florida a few years back. being inquisitive type i got to watch how they did their thing. at one point a tech working on a different job had a windos glass with a small crack in it. rather than clean that piece he just made a replacement piece. betcha most if not all of these places can do the same thing. just google 'repair rv foggy windows'. good luck.
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Old 12-14-2021, 06:22 PM   #4
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I had an 08 Vectra and had Darrin Thomas Glass in Sebring Fla changed 2 of the 3 pcs of glass in drivers side window in 2017.
They were excellent!
I arrived in late afternoon, they pulled window shortly after arrival, had glass cut and put in frame and put frame back in coach before end of day.
Stayed in their lot, plugged in to power and hooked up to water.
They gave us the passwordto their wifi and next morning sealed everything up and we were on our war.
Just so you know, my seal went and seeing through the window was difficult if not impossible. They do not replace with thermal window but laminate 2 layers of glass together so it’s just like a windshield, shatterproof.
Their price was excellent and I went this way because at that time, the other place that cleaned and resealed thermal windows had terrible reviews because of damage that was done and the shop (on gulf coast) wouldn’t take responsibility for the damage.
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Old 12-15-2021, 06:36 AM   #5
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I’ve just had a side window replaced at Suncoast Designers in Hudson, FL and they did a great job at decent price. It would be a bit of a drive from Polk City but they do have hookups if you have to stay overnight. Their specialty is double pane RV windows.
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Old 12-15-2021, 09:22 AM   #6
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I had both side windows replaced in our 2000 Brave in 2020 because of fogging. We went to in Florida. We got there the night before and we’re able to stay in their lot. We were on our way by the next afternoon. I am completely satisfied with their work.
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