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Old 11-27-2018, 04:43 PM   #1
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The rear quarter widow pane fell out. 2001 Roadtrek 200 Versatile. Anyone know who can supply a replacement? thanks
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Old 11-27-2018, 09:10 PM   #2
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This thread might be about the same problem.
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Old 12-06-2018, 05:57 PM   #3
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I made one out of plexiglass and installed it with stainless steel hinge.
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Mine fell out also and this is what I bought and replaced myself
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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I made one out of plexiglass and installed it with stainless steel hinge.
may i ask where you got the plexiglass? (i need to do the same thing)
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I recently read about Skilflex Sealant, mentioned on FB. I looked at it on Amazon, and one Reviewer talks about it holding a window in....made me immediately think of that crank out window. Ron
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may i ask where you got the plexiglass? (i need to do the same thing)
I just googled a replacement glass store and had them order a sheet of plexiglass for me. I used the remaining one that wasn't broken as a pattern and they cut it out for me. I was in Daytona Beach on vacation at the time and installed it in the home Depot parking lot.
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I want to try doing what you did. I wonder how did you attach the plexiglass to the brackets? Did you use glue?
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No I used stainless steel nuts and bolts and hinges and screwed them together.
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Thanks! I had thought using hardware for attaching would be the way to go.

On a related note, friends have asked why not just file an insurance claim? Some say it wouldn't affect my rates due it being glass replacement. Anyone wanna chime in on this?
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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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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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