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Old 07-31-2010, 02:28 PM   #1
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Rear window replacement

I have a Flagstaff 8528GTSS 5er with a rear living room, two chairs and a large bay window facing the rear. The problem is that the window is divided into two sections, the top part is glass and then there the bottom part that cranks open for ventillation. It sort of defeats the purpose of having a bay window because the view is cut in half by the panel running across the window. Has anyone ever replace this two part window with a one piece window without the part that opens up? There are two up and down slide windows on each side of the big window plus on either side of the trailer there are two more windows, so I don't need the extra ventillation. Any sugestions?

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Old 07-31-2010, 09:40 PM   #2
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We have the same window set-up and have not had a problem with obscured views.
What you have is called a Fixed Over Torque design. You're wanting what is called a Picture (or Stationary) design.
Contact Pelland Enterprises Inc. or Hehr International for a quote.
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