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Old 07-27-2010, 09:22 PM   #41
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Nice job! I wish mine looked as good! Thanks for posting the pictures.
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Old 07-27-2010, 10:10 PM   #42
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Great job wchris! Love the way the tint looks from outside, can't wait to see what it does to the view outside.
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Old 07-27-2010, 10:25 PM   #43
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Aage pics 9,10,11 are the vista views from inside and pic 7 is the stack window from inside. If I can find out where to get proper size gasket and butyl for the wing windows I will try to do them. I don`t want to start them unless all the materials are here because the window frames have to be removed from the trailer to do them. I`m tired of the glad windows I was using on the vista views and stacks until the glass went back in.
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your windows look really great! I am a new owner of a '93 Excella 34'. It has been sitting in a field in Mississippi most of it's life, unloved. Have a major window problem with a vista view where a tree fell and the previous owner did a terrible job of fixing it. Based on your experiences, what sort of professional could help me with this? Basically the window was replaced with plexi glass and the interior plastic panel is almost totally UV rotted out leaving a huge gap between the glass and the interior. It's a mess. Any info would be great. I need my husband to believe I have this under control as this is my project! ha ha.
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