I assume you have your problem solved by now Ron.
Welcome to the AF. Usually there is plenty of help and suggestions to any problem here on Airforums, but it looks like your request got lost in the summer July rush.
Some good general information is available on this site.
Bus Coach RV Windshield Installation Tips, Motorhome Windshields and Glass Products
Some of the information is included below.
- Stress Cracks: Stress cracks are most often the result of increased flexibility in older coaches brought on by normal wear and tear. The body flexes more around the windshield, which pinches or binds the glass. This is a common problem as a coach ages. Replacing a stress-cracked windshield is fixing the results of a problem, not the problem itself. For this reason, we do not recommend warranting installations that are necessitated by stress cracks.
- All glue-in fiberglass cap models: In the original engineering process, windshields are installed at the factory in the cap, before the cap is attached to the body. The cap with the installed windshield is then attached to the body. In some cases, the installation requires the cap with the windshields to be either stretched or compressed to fit the body. In these cases, replacement windshields installed after manufacture, including OE windshields, may not fit as well as they should. Other than wet-sanding the edge of the windshields, no remedy has yet been identified for this problem.
- Front Cap Sag: On many two-piece windshield installations, when both windshields are removed at the same time, the top of the front cap will sag. To avoid this problem, we recommend replacing the windshields one at a time. For additional technical assistance about this issue, contact us at (800) 714-7171.
- Gasket Replacement: We recommend replacing only damaged windshield gaskets. Replacing a gasket in good condition unnecessarily adds to the risk of breaking a windshield during the removal and re-installation process."
We hope you are enjoying that 325.
Any future posts re-guarding your 325 I suggest you put them in the motorhome section under 'Classic Motorhomes'
where you will get more of a response than posting in the other detailed threads that deal more with the trailers.