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Old 02-19-2004, 08:44 AM   #1
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Question Bambi Door window replacement

Can anyone recommend a source for a clear glass replacement for the frosted door window of our 2004 16' Bambi? (There is a slight curve to it.) Any tips and advice would be appreciated so we'll have more of a view from our silver twinkie. I'm surprised the manufacturer didn't frost the bathroom windows instead, it would have made more sense! Almost on the road, the METALHOUSE
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Old 02-19-2004, 05:03 PM   #2
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Any dealer that's interested. can help you with the door window.

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Old 03-03-2004, 10:46 PM   #3
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Rivet Bambi Door window replacement; part 2

O Rivet Master:

Thanks for the prompt reply/advice...We purchased the Lexan window replacement material from your company InlandRV, and quickly unscrewed and removed the 2004 Bambi's door window inner molding/trim. My question is: What is the best way to remove the final aluminum strip and take out the window? It doesn't want to budge !! Is it glued in? Any tips? We'd rather not use the "persuader" (my husband's hammer)...
Your website was very informative and highly entertaining! The articles, different photos, and projects were fantastic and we've recommended your site to friends. Thanks again Andy.
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The window must be completely removed, and then the two halves of the frame must be separated.

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Bambi window replacement, continued

Dear Rivet Master:

Silly us! We naively thought we could replace the door window like we had done previously in our 49' Spartan Mansion...by taking out the inner molding and replacing the window. Now, with your help and upon closer inspection, we realize this project will be mission impossible without the use of the R-Gun that made you famous!! We're not ready to invest in this tool, so I guess we'll have to brush off the cobwebs and take this thing out on the road and find someone who can help us! Someday, we hope to visit InlandRV and come to the source. Keep the rubber side down, Metalhouse 7676
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