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Old 08-27-2011, 07:38 AM   #15
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Thanks to all. I believe a good repair was made with double-sided tape from a "glass repair shop", small bead of silicone ONLY on the top of the glass and bottom of the hinge area was sealed using the "masking tape procedure" (none on glass & nice seal on bottom). I am now prepared for new failures as the windows were probably all installed at the factory. Of course the West facing rear window (HOT New Mexico sun) probably had much to do with the failure of the original adhesive.
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Old 08-27-2011, 03:17 PM   #16
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Lee, Nope! We are just towing locally while we get everything inside done the way we want it....... Seems like that takes the longest. I am in the process of designing a new table for the front dinette. I hope to be posting some pictures soon. Also looking for some nose art to fit on the curbside and streetside front. Maybe a great white decal...LOL! Ed
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Thanks to all. I believe a good repair was made with double-sided tape from a "glass repair shop", small bead of silicone ONLY on the top of the glass and bottom of the hinge area was sealed using the "masking tape procedure" (none on glass & nice seal on bottom). I am now prepared for new failures as the windows were probably all installed at the factory. Of course the West facing rear window (HOT New Mexico sun) probably had much to do with the failure of the original adhesive.
Gary, Great news! Now just do one at a time when you choose! Sooner or later you'll have 'em all done and be good to Go! Happy Trails, Ed
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This picture is obviously from some sort of manual. I would love to find one, are they for sale somewhere?I have found the owners manual, but it is pretty basic, being a newbie to Airstreams this would come in very handy. thank you
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