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Old 09-29-2006, 03:22 PM   #1
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Default Remove and Replace a side window

Remove and Replace a side window from Peninsula Windows. Also instructions from Andy on Creation Windows.

http://www.piercehome.us/Sprinter/Side_Window.pdf

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Old 05-12-2011, 03:47 PM   #2
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Default Re: Remove and Replace a side window

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Remove and Replace a side window

http://www.piercehome.us/Sprinter/Side_Window.pdf
Pierce,
After 5 years with this slider window, how do you like it?
Does it allow the passenger area to cool off?
We need something back there for the kids and I'm exploring my options.
THANKS FOR THE WRITE-UP!
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Old 05-13-2011, 04:15 PM   #3
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Default Re: Remove and Replace a side window

My right back side T-style window works well up to about 80 degrees for air pass-through. Further, it seems to work better for the front than some parts of the back of the van. Over 80 and if humid, the window needs to be closed to permit the AC to do its job (I have front and rear AC on a single compressor - the style for 2002-some 2003s).

A continuing problem has been the screen. The kids like hanging their arms out the window (at least it is not their heads); and the screen gets beat up because of my packing:

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Del Webb BSA HA Camp

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Packed for Absaroka

Now the screen pops off its rails more often then before.

The window itself has been fine - no leaks, the latch has not loosened or broken as was reported to be a problem, the slider slides nicely, no rattles have started up, the tinting is not a film thus no scratches. I am very happy with the investment.

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Awesome! Looks like I might be making that investment.
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