I remember reading a pdf about this, can't remember(78 now) how though. I think it is through the WIT club
papers. Winnebago beds the glass the same as automobiles, the trim is just that - trim, it covers the gap where the glass in imbedded in sealant. That is the problem not enough sealant was used to fill the gap, which allows water and dirt to accumulate = corrosion.
I thought I saw that pdf's in Winnebago Industries (WIT club)
but can't find anything about windshields.
This is the Winnebago windshield installation page
, note: will not run in FireFox. It may not be helpful, but I included it anyway.
UPDATE: I just found this video of repairing a rusty windshield frame problem:
2000 Winnebago Ultimate Freedom USQ40JD
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