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Old 08-19-2017, 04:02 AM   #11
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Well, my 2017
Winne Era 70a 4x4 is very quiet. No problems there. I will report back in a few years.

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Old 07-28-2018, 05:26 PM   #12
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The clips that worked for me are from Hehr windows. They cost about $1.30 apiece and are simply --|_|-- shaped wires that will (with some effort) snap into the channels on the outside of the screens. I used four on each screen and they completely eliminated screen rattle. The U shape points towards the center of the screen and snaps over the inside edge of the window frame.

The following distributors carry Hehr replacement windows and parts. They have great reference pictures too...

CA - Pelland Enterprises:
800 216-2786

IN - Parkin Accessories: RV Windshields, RV Windows, Shuttle Bus windows,
Parts: Page Title

OR - Interstate RV Metal & Supply: Interstate RV Metal & Supply
Parts: Interstate RV Metal & Supply

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Old 07-31-2018, 04:37 PM   #13
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I also used towels under the glass cover of my 2018 CrossFit, but it seemed that coach vibration was too high in general. Had all six wheels balanced - got rid of vibrations and no longer need to use towels under glass stove and sink covers. This on a brand new van. Never had such poorly balanced wheels on a new vehicle.

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