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Old 10-29-2020, 09:27 PM   #1
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Need driver Windshield Chieftain WCN25RC

This is my 3rd RV I have had Ford, Dodge, now a Chev 454! I am recent widowed (Aug 2020)! I'm going to hit the road again. I have already been twice over a year on the road!

We had such a active life! Two three dances a week! A overnight stay at a casino! Travel every other month! I was surprised to have many days at sea with the Cruise lines! We took out the motor home, a year latter 14000 miles we parked it! We never put our suit cases away! A bedroom was dedicated to our travels for the last ten years. Even in the final days Betty would see the luggage and ask where we were going! Did she have the tickets or me!! I finally had to put them away! It hurt so much to have her ask!

I need some help hitting the road again! I got one estimate for the windshield and it cost more than my rig!

Need Driver side windshield
Winnebago Chieftain WCN25RC #1gbjp37w2k3329364
07/1989 Chev 7.4L V8 4bbl 454 One Ton

Driver windshield roughly 41 inches by 44 inches
Seems close to a flat piece of glass?
Need Driver side windshield below outside corner information
safty float
shaded laminated
AS-1-89 GG M85
Dot 22
215-02 ---------------- Note Pass side 215-01
Thank you for any consideration given!!
See ya on the road god willing!


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Old 10-29-2020, 10:46 PM   #2
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try RV Renovators in Mesa AZ or Coach Glass. Iím told they make glass for RVís.

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Old 10-30-2020, 07:15 AM   #3
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FMCA has a program with Guardian Glass. They may be able to help you. I have not used this program, but you may be able to save some $$$.

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Any glass service or shop ought to be able to get that windshield for you - just give the year/make/model info. An easy source would be a motorhome windshield specialist such as one of these:



That piece of glass won't be unique to your Winnebago - it will be shared with some other production vehicle, e.g. a truck or bus.
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined us!

I would look into the windshield program through FMCA!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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