Originally Posted by housebg
On my trailer the front window wraps around the front of the trailer.would it be one piecesor three.I guess I was thinking about old rockguards that had a frame and look like coragated roofing.
The deep-wrap wing windows that were pioneered on the 1970s Argosy coaches are typically fitted with the three-piece deep-wrap rock guard. The side wings are attached with a lift-off-hinge arrangement with set-screw locking devices, and the center section is hinged at the top to open with adjustable side support arms. While the rock guards are a standard feature on the late model coaches, there was a time when they were optional equipment (this was true on all Argosy trailers pre-1980) and it seems that the rock guards were also an option for a time after the deep-wrap wing windows were introduced on the Airstream coaches. An installed example of the three-piece guard can be seen in the photo of my '78 Minuet (the center section is not standard as it had to be narrowed more than 1/2 foot to fit the narrower Minuet) -- I have also attached a photo that shows the deep-wrap wing window before the rock guard installation. Someithing to consider is that the only replacements for the deep-wrap wing windows are the later model deep-tinted style that may not be ideal if your coach happens to have non-tinted original wing-windows as my Minuet does - - this was a big factor in my decision to have the rock guard installed (along with the high cost of having replacement wing windows installed).
Good luck with your research!