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Old 10-26-2020, 08:12 AM   #1
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Frameless Side Windows Flapping in cross winds

We just purchased a gently used 2018 HR Endeavor 40D and after our first trip to OK over the weekend I noticed that some of the side windows are actually getting sucked out in severe side winds and "flapping". Looking at the opening/closing mechanism at the bottom it appears that it does not really have enough strength to keep it closed tight enough to stop the flapping. Anyone else dealt with this issue and found a solution?
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Those must be some strong side winds! Never had a problem with ours.
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