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Old 08-11-2018, 08:01 AM   #1
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Windshield Woes

I thought I was FULLY aware of this issue and was prepared to spend to fix it but
I didn't realized the extent of my 1998 WL-P Itaska's troubles. $$$$ not cheap to fix this much damage.
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Old 08-11-2018, 03:59 PM   #2
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I thought I was FULLY aware of this issue and was prepared to spend to fix it but
I didn't realized the extent of my 1998 WL-P Itaska's troubles. $$$$ not cheap to fix this much damage.

A good body shop should be up to the task. A RV body shop WILL rob you. If you were in MA I would send you to my son. He loves challenges like yours.
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Looks like my 2002 adventurer. I had the same damage, the bottom frame was totally rusted away. So bad that the glass shop could or would not replace the glass. What I did was had two new pieces of steel formed and replaced the rusted out frame. If you want a step by step process what I did I could supply you with the fix that I used. It was a lot of fun driving my Adventurer without any windshield for 13 miles.
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Wow. That looks nasty. Sure hope my window framing is doing better than that. I've done some maintenance and added some preventative tapes and a gutter, only time will tell if it helps any. Weather Proofing, & Windows... | Chaos Leaves Town


I hope you keep posting as you work on it. Interested in how you seal it up after the repairs.
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