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Old 02-19-2015, 03:10 PM   #11
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This is where I purchased my Lexan Skylight to replace a cracked original...SLOW to ship the product out (he did claim an illness), but EXCELLENT product and worth the wait if possible.

Replacement RV Skylights from EZ Tops World Wide Inc.

Side note FWIW...I went with white (rather than the original clear) to cut down on heat transmitted through and am very happy with the results. There is still plenty of light coming through.

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Old 02-19-2015, 06:48 PM   #12
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for those who are not familiar with the roofing panels of an Aframe .. they are basically an inboard layer of thin metal, with a layer of 1 inch foam, then covered in filon or a plastic/fiber like layer, much like the siding of any ordinary rv. There is no structure, just a plastic/metal layer filled with foam, no brackets , no support or any stucture for the windows.


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Old 02-22-2015, 07:53 PM   #13
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Slightly off topic, but close,

as I have thought about installing, from scratch, a skylight window in the front top wall of my A122.

Nobody seems to have done this before, and the complications with just a replacement window seem to be many. So, I have been reading with interest, but I would not attempt a new window install until somebody reports about having done it without complication.

Good luck with the replacement, all the same.
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Old 02-23-2015, 11:46 AM   #14
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It looks to me as if one had a correctly sized window, it would be simple to use the Lexan bubbles. The bubbles appear to be affixed to the roof with tape and sealed with caulk.

I wouldn't remove one that was in working order, but if one broke, I'd certainly investigate a non factory replacement using some 3M industrial double sided tape, marine sealant and sealing tape. One could of course also use flat Lexan glazing too.


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