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Old 03-26-2020, 10:01 PM   #15
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Tim -- I`m sure no windshield guru -- But if you gasket is in good shape with no leaks or wind noise , why mess with it -- If it ain`t broke, don`t fix it -- Our gasket has no cracks or such -- I treat it with 303 protectant now & then -- If you still have the corner lot, I think the installers would have no problem replacing the glass without you having to move -- Maybe back up a little -- Or, if you wish, you could bring it to our place & have them do it here -- Bill Willard
Thank you Bill,

I will be going to a friends house in Glendale to add another 350 watts of solar tomorrow morning. I will call them next week to set it up after I talk to my insurance. My windshield has two large cracks running top to bottom and across. Great AZ roads.
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Old 04-20-2020, 08:24 PM   #16
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In Sept I had bothe windshields and seals replaced by:
Chris at AZ BEST RV GLASS 480-241-9013.
He did a great job. he is in the west valley but is mobile.

Chris was recommended by the rep "Star" at the windshield manufacturer - Custom Glass Solutions in OHIO, ( 614-987-1660) they manufacture the RV glass here in the USA and have installer they use all around the US.

One thing they will not really know until the glass is removed is if the seal will come out undamaged and be reusable. 95 % of the time its OK.
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Old 04-21-2020, 02:29 PM   #17
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I should have updated this. I had the windshield replaced Friday by RV Glass Solutions. My gasket is in great shape and it seems to be a nice job. Very professional and they showed up and left within an hour. Looks great and I'm sure it will be good on the road, as long as our crap AZ roads don't destroy it.
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