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Old 03-17-2008, 07:49 PM   #15
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Our most expensive tempered glass window for the 66, 67 and 68 trailers, is $150.00, not $300.00 as you quoted.

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I think I may be describing the wrong windows. Andy, could it be possible that the "D" windows flanking the big one in the center (photo below) are only $150 each? If so, that would be EXCLUDING the frame, correct?

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Old 03-17-2008, 08:10 PM   #16
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I think I may be describing the wrong windows. Andy, could it be possible that the "D" windows flanking the big one in the center (photo below) are only $150 each? If so, that would be EXCLUDING the frame, correct?

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Glass only, has never been available for the 1969 models and up, until the early 2000 nds.

$150.00 for a 1969 wing window, would be a heck of a deal, since the dealers pay more than double that themselves.

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Why don't you just replace them with glass. Its not curvy Corning. Should be easy...unless your talking about the front "D" windows.
On a 69, only the front and rear windows are not curvy.
All the side windows have a slight curve to them, as do the D-shaped windows on the front.
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-kind of mind-boggling how many variations curved vs. flat glass vs. full-D vs. half-D vs. 66 vs. 68 vs. 69..... it starts to make Zep's solution look better and better:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/atta...7&d=1204171770

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