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Old 08-10-2018, 10:10 AM   #15
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When I last talked to Coach Glass, I learned some things. This was last December because we were thinking about having some of the fogged ones fixed, which we still are if the coach does not sell. They have a facility in FL, near Tampa someplace I think, plus they have the place in Coburg, OR. They either use your old frame, or build a new frame if necessary, you have two options for the glass see below. Additionally all the manfacturing and stuff is done in Coburg, and shipped to FL, so you have that expense, they may have to ship your frames to OR, do the work, then ship them back, that might take a while. My suggestion would be to plan a trip to OR and leave the thing with them, once YOU HAVE WORKED OUT THE DETAILS either via e-mail/phone etc.

1. Dual Pane with air gap, which they warranty 3 years I think.
2. Dual pane lamiated with no air gap, which they warranty for life.

It is my uneducated opinion, the noise level may be higher with the laminated pane but I would not swear to it. Most likely that is the way we will go for the drivers/passengers windows. The others we are not sure of yet. You need to call them and check prices and your situation. They may let you stay with your coach while they work on it, you will need to check.

Motion Windows in Vancouver, WA did our big picture window, back in 2012-13. They made it from scratch, matching up the metals, etc. To date it is perfect. Other folks have not had as good an experience with them, mine was excellent. They may let you stay with the coach while the work on it.

I would rather sell this MH, because it's too large for the roads on the east coast side of the country. We will get a smaller one then.
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