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Old 10-10-2011, 12:45 PM   #29
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mdo - In my humble opinion a one piece windshield is a disadvantage and not an advantage. When buses flex the windshields can become unseated in their rubber holding mouldings. If they are two piece they usually just have to be reseated. One piece ones break many times when this happens. One piece bus windscreens are big bucks.

Be careful of the years when everyone was going broke.

The wife's requirements: No wipers in her view and one piece windshield
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My test drive was about five minutes. The salesman was excellent. He said remember it takes a long way to stop, so plan way ahead. You're bigger than they are -- so you own the road. And today on Fox news website, a neat RV story. http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2011/10/09/5-road-tested-tips-from-rv-rookie/?test=faces
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