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Old 02-27-2018, 05:41 PM   #1
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NEW Jalousie Window Operators

boler Jalousie Window Operators now available at Camping Treasures

Worn or broken Jalousie Window torque rod operator can result in windows that donít close completely, are hard to open, wonít open at all, or flap in the wind while driving. Although several different styles of operators were used on bolerís this one is very common. They fit most boler side dinette windows with the sloping lower sill, but also fits many other trailers manufactured in the 1970ís

These operators have been very difficult to find for the past several years, I have been working with the manufacturer for over a year to produce these for me and I just received a shipment.

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Old 03-04-2018, 07:54 AM   #2
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Will they fit a 1980 boler.?
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Old 03-04-2018, 08:06 AM   #3
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Will they fit a 1980 boler.?
They fit most boler's. Look at your side windows and if the lower sill is sloped slightly down towards the outside these are the correct replacements. Some side windows on bolers have a lower sill that is level or actually slope in allowing water to run into the trailer
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Hey Ian, PM sent.

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Thanks Fred
I am working on the instructions now on replacing thee window operators, trouble is my spare windows and my trailer are under about 2.5' of snow. You can accesss the operator from the outside by removing the window panes, then remove the operator screws and slip out the torque rod, side hinge bar & operator. Reassemble in reverse order
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Received my new window operators yesterday!
Thanks for your prompt service Ian.
Wont have to watch the boler windows flapping in the breeze anymore, lol
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