Kent, I found a rattle in my passenger side widow on the trip home from picking it up in MD. About half way home I had to stop and found that a screw or two on the lock / catch mechanism was loose... used my trusty screwdriver to tighten it down and it was perfect.
I'm now awaiting delivery from INland RV of new window channel (flocked channel) and new rubber dividers plus two different sealers/glue for a total delivered price of about $91...does not include lock mechanisms though.
The bus is ready at the shop.... had new front bags installed, new Headman ceramic coated headers installed... also had old a/c compressor capped and all the plumbing to the now removed engine driven Trans/Air A/C removed.
Picking up the "Prayer Wagon" tomorrow night so I can do some interior work this weekend prior to taking it to the tire shop on the way to DonMar RV for the new hole in the roof installation of the Air-V 15k ducted A/C unit next week..... seems I'm getting closer to having the new bus on the road.
I'm soooooooo... ready!! Seems my reason to make the change to this new coach was driven by the increase in fuel economy... now negated by the rapid rise in fuel costs.... but I have improved my image...