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Old 10-04-2011, 09:16 PM   #1
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Any recommendations out there on where to find driver/passenger window seals for a 325 classic? She's a sweetheart and I finally have her home with a new carburetor. Not cheap btw. But can't seem to locate any replacement seals.
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Old 10-04-2011, 09:47 PM   #2
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Inland RV, Andy is a Commercial member here on the site. Here's the link to the page where just about everything you'll need for window repair.
Inland RV Center Inc.
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Old 10-04-2011, 11:25 PM   #3
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I actually just Spoke to Inland RV...
Here is the list they faxed me to do the whole job right...
16' Fuzzy Schlegle #34696 = $39.20
10' Trim Seal #34708 = $17.00
6' Vertical Lip seal #34713 = $11.70
6' Fin seal #34681 = $15.90
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"Fuzzy Schlegle" sounds like some sort of schnapps drink.
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Old 10-05-2011, 12:04 AM   #5
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"Fuzzy Schlegle" sounds like some sort of schnapps drink.
LOL, You got Booze on the brain today!
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I actually just Spoke to Inland RV...
Here is the list they faxed me to do the whole job right...
16' Fuzzy Schlegle #34696 = $39.20
10' Trim Seal #34708 = $17.00
6' Vertical Lip seal #34713 = $11.70
6' Fin seal #34681 = $15.90
Thanks Steve, you just saved me a phone call to Andy!
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Old 10-05-2011, 09:54 AM   #7
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I actually just Spoke to Inland RV...
Here is the list they faxed me to do the whole job right...
16' Fuzzy Schlegle #34696 = $39.20
10' Trim Seal #34708 = $17.00
6' Vertical Lip seal #34713 = $11.70
6' Fin seal #34681 = $15.90
..for one window ?

What is the "Fin seal #34681". Can't seem to find it on the Inland site.


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What do you mean "today"?
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Octane, she said that was enough to do both front windows..
Not sure what that "Fin Seal" is, and no, its not on the Website...
I pulled all the seals of my windows and taped them for the storm, but aside from the Fuzzy Schlegle, my windows have the same section rubber seal around the window, and down the vertical section of the sliding glass.

Chime in Andy please?
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There is a thread on the forums regarding HOW to install all those replacement parts...a little more effort than procuring those parts...
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I did this job on our 310 last fall. I bought all the stuff from Andy except the Fin seal. I don't know why I omitted that but it was a straight forward rebuild & is water tight now. Go for it. A good project----------Pete
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I did this job on our 310 last fall. I bought all the stuff from Andy except the Fin seal. I don't know why I omitted that but it was a straight forward rebuild & is water tight now. Go for it. A good project----------Pete
Hi Pete,
Tell us, about how long did each window take you to do the replacement? Realized that first window is the 'learning' one, so maybe a bit longer than the second window.
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..for one window ?

What is the "Fin seal #34681". Can't seem to find it on the Inland site.


Thanks.
I'm a little "fuzzy" myself at this point since I did my windows a while ago, but I believe the "fin" and "vertical lip" are the inner and outer seals on the vertical bar that divides the driver's and passenger's sliding windows.
There are detailed threads that cover this repair.
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Both of my front windows had been completely siliconed shut so I had a lot of time in cleaning & opening & when off I removed all the window tinting.
The fuzzy track was tough to get in there but I probably spent 3-4 hrs each side. Pete
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