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Old 04-26-2017, 11:29 AM   #1
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Fogged glass

Is it possible to replace the tilt out glass at the bottom of one of the three windows in the dining room on my 2005 Adventurer 38j? I had the other two done by a friends glass shop last year and his tech is not the cleanest workman. He removed the entire frame and did a rather poor job of replacing it. I thought I would just have my friend get me the replacement built and I would do the job myself.
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Sorry. I meant to ask if it is possible to replace the tip out glass WITHOUT removing the entire frame.
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Muting Guy,
These are the three windows.
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I have one just starting to fog (rear one) so thinking it should be fixed while the glass is still good and not etched. There was a thread about doing just this a while ago.
Good Luck, and love the 38J!
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Buddy says it is easier to replace that trying to clean and reseal. The ones he did for he look great. It was just his shop guy was a bit too careless for my liking. I did not want to have to pull the whole frame if I could get away with it.

Yes, we love the 38j also. The floor plan fits out needs AND liking to a "T"
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Jim, I can't tell if you got my message or not so will post here. Same measures but different part number 150656-05-01A. Hope this helps
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Jim, I can't tell if you got my message or not so will post here. Same measures but different part number 150656-05-01A. Hope this helps
OK thanks....I did receive your PM's
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