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Old 09-24-2022, 01:23 PM   #15
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Hi , had the same problem with my 2021 Rockwood 2109s.
First trip took a big hit and destroyed the window. Dealer got 600$
to replace. I am certain a plastic film would have done nothing to prevent
the destruction. Tried a few ideas, but settled on this. 1/16 Lexan cut one
inch smaller than the OD of the window. Held on with two inch 20ml vinyl
pvc tape. This stuff will not let go. My wife and I can put it on in about 10
minutes, and leave it on for the whole trip. Easily peels off, and one shot of
windex and the window is clean. Bonus... several other Rockwood owners have approached me in campsites and ask where they can get the "cool bra". If
I can help you in anyway, just ask! Cheers

Bellacamps, looks nice! Does the Lexan scratch the windshield, or did you put something on to protect it?
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Old 09-25-2022, 09:29 AM   #16
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I put metal tracks at the top and bottom of our big front window using Lexcel adhesive and cut panels from the same material political signs are made of. The panels slide into the tracks and protect the window while traveling.
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