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Old 01-08-2008, 12:03 PM   #1
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Question Storm Windows?

I saw in a sales brochure that storm windows for winter use were available, as an option. Does anyone have more info on current replacements, or pictures of frames?
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Old 03-21-2008, 10:57 AM   #2
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I will dig up the information tonight, I do not think that you can get them any more, but I was thinking of trying to make some for late fall camping.....
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Would'nt it be possible to use something like plexiglass or lexan in say 1/4in.? Just cut to the size that you need and install. Not sure if every trailer would be able to exept this solution. But if you have screens, I would think that 1/4 in. would fit right into the screen slots or tracks. Just an idea.
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With the 66-67-68 sty windows, the screen frame has a thin lip around the edge that is used to clam the screen in place. It is kind of like a sideways "h".

The storm window uses a sidways "h" for a frame. Also the window frame have to be curved to match the window frame. Got to love them Curved Corning Winders.........
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Old 03-21-2008, 04:32 PM   #5
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Storm windows

Ah I knew I had the information on my computer at home...

Attached is a PDF with the information on the storms. It gives a cross section if the storm and screen frames.
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Old 03-21-2008, 08:30 PM   #6
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shrink "storms"

for less than twenty dollars you can get the same result with the clear plastic insulation that you double stick tape to the walls. Once it is in place, just shrink it with a hairdryer! I leave it on all winter--using the trailer or not. When I open it for the season the plastic film peels of with no residue!
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But that is too easy.
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