Originally Posted by coolhand108
side window to the body skip
If you are talking about just resealing the window frame to the sidewall it's not that hard. Remove the screws from the inside ring, have someone on the outside to catch the window as you push it out. Newmar doesn't use a putty tape on the windows (at least they didn't on my 2000) when they install them. They use a black closed cell foam strip.
I replaced the seal on my passenger side bedroom window. You can get the closed cell foam seal at any hardware store. Just look in the weatherstripping dept. I used 1/8" thick seal. I can't remember if the width I used was 3/4" or 1". When you get the window out you can measure the frame and see what you think would be best. The foam stripping has an adhesive on it.
Clean all the old seal off the frame. Then apply the new seal to the window frame starting at the middle on the bottom, that way the joint will be at the bottom. Once you have the seal applied just reinstall the window. When your done put a small bead of silicone caulk across the top of the frame.