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Old 05-01-2013, 10:01 AM   #15
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Hi,

We put a Scamp window into the rear and the front of our Uhaul. It worked perfectly if you enlarge the window hole a little--we used a Dremel. And we used butyl tape, put several layers on the window and then installed it. We have no leaks and are very happy with it.

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Incidentally, I was reading up on silicone removal and it seems that if you soak it with mineral spirits, it jellies and is much easier to scrape off. This might help who ever ends up with this rear window and Diane's side windows. Given how rare these are, I really hate to see them taken out of circulation.
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Benjamin, I may be interested in your rear window, if you take it out for a new one. Please let me know. You can PM me. I have a household airconditioner in my back window that I want to remove. Then I will only have half a window....DUHHH.
I really hate the window unit ac that the previous owner lovingly installed. I boone dock, and would rather have an open window.
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Hi,

We put a Scamp window into the rear and the front of our Uhaul. It worked perfectly if you enlarge the window hole a little--we used a Dremel. And we used butyl tape, put several layers on the window and then installed it. We have no leaks and are very happy with it.

Linda
Thanks for the input linda
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Benjamin, I may be interested in your rear window, if you take it out for a new one. Please let me know. You can PM me. I have a household airconditioner in my back window that I want to remove. Then I will only have half a window....DUHHH.
I really hate the window unit ac that the previous owner lovingly installed. I boone dock, and would rather have an open window.
Where r u located. If someone was willing to buy I may be apt to do this sooner than later. Thanks pm me and we can talk more
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