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Old 05-29-2020, 08:29 PM   #21
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Actually all except one is RH ..... the rear split window Left side needs a left crank. Please post if you find a link for one. Also a part number for the window glass gasket would be great. I’ve already tried two different types but both were wrong.
Share as much specific information as you can, it will help all of us and everyone in the future. Thanks again Garry for the link to the Rh cranks!
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Hi Lizbun

Not sure if you are still looking for the information, but I am dealing with the same issue. The part number for the Strybuc operator right hand is 1718c, and left hand appears to be 1719c. Both are available on Amazon.ca. I have not gotten hands on with either yet, but will be shortly as I need 4 right and 1 left for our Surfside.

Further research has found both of these parts available from www.rvsuperstorecanada.ca for substantially less than Amazon.ca.
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Old 05-29-2020, 10:36 PM   #22
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Hi all, me again...

With the help of the great info here, and a bit of digging, I have (hopefully) assembled a parts list for restoring Chuckwagons windows. I have just one more thing that I am trying to find...

Does anyone have a line on the black screw cover plastic that is used on the 1977'ish Surf Sides? I have my doubts that mine will come out intact once the removed to pull the windows.

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Old 05-30-2020, 05:30 AM   #23
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Those are likely Hehr screw covers. Lots of sources for them. I bought mine at walmart.com.

Don't pay over about $8 US each for 8 footers. Prices are all over the place.
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Thanks Bill for the reply. Unfortunately these are a bit different than those. I am hoping someone has a line on them...

Thanks all
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Old 06-06-2020, 08:08 AM   #25
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Thanks Bill for the reply. Unfortunately these are a bit different than those. I am hoping someone has a line on them...

Thanks all
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Hi Scott,
I'm afraid I'm in the same boat as you I haven't been able to find anything that matches.... I've ordered some flexible plastic trim last week. I will post if it works and how it looks. If you find any please let me know!
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Old 06-06-2020, 02:24 PM   #26
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Hi Scott,
I'm afraid I'm in the same boat as you I haven't been able to find anything that matches.... I've ordered some flexible plastic trim last week. I will post if it works and how it looks. If you find any please let me know!
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Hi Zac

So far no luck. I would appreciate seeing what you come up with. Most of mine is intact, but one section is broken and missing a chunk. Worst case, I will use the front window strips as donor material and then do it different than original.

Thanks!!
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Old 06-13-2020, 04:13 PM   #27
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Ok now that I have 2 windows done Iíve learned a few things id like to share

2) order the correct window cranks if you can find them (still looks like out of stock) the ones I got I had to modify them, though they feel strong... I donít think itís worth it if you can get the original ones.... hereís a picture
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I like how you shimmed out the crank device. I went another way, and made an extension for the tube.


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