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Old 10-29-2018, 03:01 PM   #1
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Replacing side window

I ma replacing the fixed window in the street side of my 1968 Airstream. The PO put in plexiglass and I'm going to put glass in. I got the plexiglass out and can get the tempered glass locally but I'm not sure of the correct thickness, The plexiglass may or maynot be the correct thickness. Does anyone know the thickness of the original glass (see picture) in a 1968 AS overlander 26'?

Thank you.
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