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Old 01-12-2019, 03:29 PM   #11
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We had to file a claim a while back (different issue). State Farm told us at the time that there was a dollar threshold for payout, under which there would be no increase in premiums. The amount to fix the car was about $200 over that threshold, which would have increased the premiums by about $100 per year so we worked out a deal with the repair facility to split the bill into two parts and we paid the overage out of pocket. You might want to check with your company.
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Old 03-12-2019, 08:08 PM   #12
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So I ordered a window from dkhardware.com (Item #: FW904RS) and it turned out to be the wrong size but I was able to replace the lower portion which was all I needed as that part was the same on each. The one I bought was about 5 inches short in height. (I know I should have measured but having gotten the reference from another post on this forum and seeing as how this was the only model available I assumed it would fit.) So if you need to replace the rear side window on your 2004 Roadtrek... Good luck!
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