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    Left The Driveway
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    See thru window for door

    Does anybody wish there was a see thru door glass?
    I do!

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    Probably depends on the floor plan that you have . . .
    We find that in our Reflection 303, we can see anyone at the door, by looking through the side window in the dinette area.

    Rob
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    james quinn
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    depends who's on the other side !

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    Seasoned Camper CManley's Avatar
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    I had just replaced the glass in my old trailer and traded it in before I was able to determine if it was a good thing. I had changed the glass to add a window to the door side that only had two. I took the old frosted glass to a glass shop who ordered clear tempered glass for a whopping $20.00. Easy change

    Not sure I need it on the 303.
    The mountains are calling and I must go" John Muir

    Chuck
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    2005 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD Duramax
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    Yes we find the frosted entry glass a pain for a couple of reasons. I will be changing mine out in the next couple weeks. There is a company that sells a kit to do this

    http://rossrvinnovations.info/comple...or-window-set/

    but prob cheaper to go to your local glass shop as CManley stated. I'm actually thinking of possibly putting in a second identical window below top one as it would allow a lot more light in that side of the 29rs as as not many windows on door side. Spoke to GD & they didn't c a problem with a second window in the door.

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    Seasoned Camper CManley's Avatar
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    Kunuc1, The Existing window frame is held in with screws from the inside, there maybe a gasket of some kind. On my old trailer the gasket (foam tape) was long gone with silicone as the primary sealant. The window screen seems like the only thing you would need. I had used the pre-made bubble wrap/foil product that I bought online, I do like the screen better.
    The mountains are calling and I must go" John Muir

    Chuck
    2015 Reflection 303 RLS
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    I like the Ross RV Innovations window but also found this one with a sliding window. More research on part to ensure it will fit my existing opening.

    http://easyrvwindows.com/rv-entry-door.html

    Cheers,
    Barb, Lyle and the 3 four-legged kids
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    “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine

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    Seasoned Camper CManley's Avatar
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    I had look at this web site prior to replacing the glass, it was to steep compared to $20. The windows do look good.

    http://easyrvwindows.com/index.html
    The mountains are calling and I must go" John Muir

    Chuck
    2015 Reflection 303 RLS
    2005 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD Duramax
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    For allot less money you can go to a glass store have the glass cut by some silicone and install your new window cost me $35.00.

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    Rolling Along
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    I installed the Atwood EDWIN in my previous 5th wheel and took it out and put it in my 303. It is dark tinted, has an aluminum frame and can be opened. Easy to install.

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