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Old 04-17-2017, 07:11 AM   #1
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Please tell me these are available?
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Old 04-17-2017, 01:06 PM   #2
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Default Re: Sliding windows?

They may be available but as a past bus conversion owner would wonder why you like them.

Open Sliding windows allow rain to enter easily.

IF you can locate awning windows they can be left open a bit , even in heavy rain.
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You can buy awning style windows at www.Ternoverland.com
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https://sprinter-source.com/forum/sh...t=35004&page=3

Terrawagon is selling them. They look like the bees knees - unfortunately my priority list isn't budgeted for them.
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You can buy awning style windows at www.Ternoverland.com
Thank you. That's is an attractive alternative, however, my interest was genuine MB sliders.
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They may be available but as a past bus conversion owner would wonder why you like them.

Open Sliding windows allow rain to enter easily.

IF you can locate awning windows they can be left open a bit , even in heavy rain.
Thank you, rain was not considered, but won't see much rain, 6 inches annually.
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The ones Terrawagen are selling are OE type sold by Mercedes worldwide. The flush slider (framelesss) is awesome but not for how much they want for em. I priced them out from a UK dealer back in 2012 and the slider door tinted with flush slider was 700 bucks, shipping was spendy, then they found out their franchise agreement would not allow exporting parts.
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The ones Terrawagen are selling are OE type sold by Mercedes worldwide. The flush slider (framelesss) is awesome but not for how much they want for em. I priced them out from a UK dealer back in 2012 and the slider door tinted with flush slider was 700 bucks, shipping was spendy, then they found out their franchise agreement would not allow exporting parts.
Thank you for the info. I like the sliders OEM flavor. I am going to the dealer today.
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I will be curious as to what a US dealer says. I have ordered non US parts before by supplying a part number (not just a VIN). Sometimes you get a parts guy that really knows the EPC parts system and is willing to do some digging to get part numbers.

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