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Old 03-08-2016
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Waterboarding for a solid month would be too kind for these types.
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I don't think they stole anything, there wasn't anything in there. There's glass exploded all the way to the back and on every surface, so the REALLY smashed it with anger. There are a few gouges and scratches, and the glass itself, but that's it.
Most of the other RV's and trailers were literally torn apart with a crowbar..... Doors hanging, sheet metal torn off etc... So I feel lucky it's just Glass.
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Where can I get this glass?
Do I need it custom cut from a glass shop?
Or can I find this from a supplier?
It LOOKS similar to the late Wandelodge glass.
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Showed up at the RV storage yard to find this!!!


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Do you have a Vin and year model?
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SOB's
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Don't have the Vin with me, but it's a 2009. Looks the same to me from pictures as the 2006-2009 models
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I hate thrives. I can think of a few things worse than water boarding for them.
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Where can I get this glass?
Do I need it custom cut from a glass shop?
Or can I find this from a supplier?
It LOOKS similar to the late Wandelodge glass.

Pennisula glass in Oregon.

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Maybe...

The window in my 2003 Wanderlodge was manufactured by Hehr International. The window glass configuration is different but the frame looks similar.

There may be a sticker with a part number on the inner side of the outer window frame. To get to it you would need to remove the inner portion of the window frame and look closely around the inside of the outer window frame.

Alternatively, if the frame is still good. the glass can be replaced by a competent glass shop but it's likely that the entire window frame has to be removed to do it.
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I had one replaced in an M380 and it was make by Peninsula Glass.
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