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Old 01-22-2017, 07:09 AM   #1
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Windshield replacement

anyone know about who to use for class A windshield replacement in phoenix area? seems to me it would be very different than a standard car/truck job.
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Actually it is not all that different on most coaches, and many auto glass shops can do it. I would suggest contacting a national RV glass specialist such as RV Glass Experts or Duncan Systems to arrange for the glass and a local installer.

Is your insurance covering it? Some policies cover windshields even if general glass coverage is not included. If so, they can recommend a glass shop they do business with in your area.
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Another great reason to live in FL--no deductible for this. Called Ins and they called Duncan and the Reps came to us. The glass on our coach starts on the coach sides so it is actually 180 degrees of glass. Duncan broke the first replacement so we had to wait for another windshield to come in. The break was a top corner so we were okay with it place until they could return again. Good thing we were not planning a trip that week.
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