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Old 12-05-2018, 04:15 PM   #1
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LY diesel cockpit windows

Anyone know where to get replacement cockpit side windows?
Our new to us 1999 LY diesel has slipping seals between the glass panes.
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Old 12-09-2018, 08:05 PM   #2
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Their is RV salvage yard in Kentucky.....

VISONERV.com

I would start with them and go from there. If you need other parts for appliances they probably have it too.
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Also, you have the 2 year newer sister to my rig. Make sure to check the roof seam for the front cap. Its known for leaking if not maintained. I also found the base to the CB antenna over the passenger seat cracked and leaking. No problems since replaced.

I also removed the old cell phone antenna in center but left the wire in place. Later installed a mobile marine sat antenna for my Sirius radio....works perfect!!

Will be glad to share other tips or answer questions as needed.
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Thanks!!!
Iíll check those roof areas. This machine is way different than our 345.
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I changed out the 19" tube TV up front and replaced it with a 24" flatscreen with built in DVD. While the space was open I was warned about the excess ductwork that might be found. Ended up removing 7' of plastic duct which greatly increased the airflow from the dash AC.

Mounted the TV on a computer articulating arm then used Velcro strips around the opening to hold it in place while driving.
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