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Old 07-04-2022, 12:01 PM   #1
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Where do I find a good used RV front Co-Pilot replacement Window?

Hello fellow Rvers,

Coming home from Glacier National Park 2 weeks ago, our 1993 Thor Ambassador 33 ft Chevy P30 RV co-pilot window shattered just 2 miles from our house. I have looked rather extensively at the local auto glass shops in my area here in Duluth Minnesota as well as contacted a few huge RV salvage yards in both California and Arizona but none of them currently have the used window in stock. I also have not found anyone who does custom tempered glass replacements for RV windows? If you can help me in any way to connect me to a company to either make a new window or a salvage yard that might have more in stock of older RVs like mine to find a replacement window that would be great.
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Not sure if this site will be of any help; but worth a look .

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Old 07-04-2022, 03:41 PM   #3
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Whew! I didn't read the title of this thread right the first time.

A good used co-pilot might be easy to find but I'm not sure it's such a good idea to advertise for one online.

I bought the front left windshield for our rig from these guys. They suggested a local glass shop to install. Was a pleasant experience!

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They may be able to help with side glass.
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Old 07-04-2022, 06:52 PM   #4
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https://peninsulaglass.com/
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Maybe I'm not understanding correctly (which is common now that I'm considered "elderly") but why do you need the entire window?

Is the frame damaged?

If the frame is not damaged and intact, a good auto glass shop that offers RV services should be able to custom cut a piece of replacement glass and fit it into your frame. Or so I assume as I've had that done years ago at a local glass shop where I was at.

Have you called an auto glass shop in your area? If not (and the frame is in good shape):

Try Zenith Glass as they have a good reputation there in Duluth and I've head good things about them from others as I have several journal entries on RVers getting various types of glass work done there and being very satisfied with the work and cost.

Zenith Auto Glass -----> website go HERE
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Is the side glass broken or leaking on your RV or motorhome? Our technicians can repair or replace the glass on any make, model, and year. Whether you need windshield replacement, rear glass replacement, or side window replacement, we’ll take care of it so you can get back out on the open road faster.
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