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http://www.trivalleyautoglass.com/
I just had a custom windshield made by these people for a hot rod. I believe you could send your damaged, broken windshield and they can make a new one. May be worth a try.


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Thanks for all the help. I was able to order the glass locally and hopefully will have it in next week. Saved a bundle!


>>>> tell us what part number you used for the glass and app$$$, please!!


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just an f.y.i. the glass out of the GMC does not fit the mcc.
 
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just an f.y.i. the glass out of the GMC does not fit the mcc.
Did you replace yours? Do you have a correct part# or know what it was originally used in?


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Quote: If you decide to go with someone then you still have one more option to consider---
The option is green tinted or clear and that's for the entire window - top to bottom.

So has anybody opted for the green tinted option??


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I live in San Antonio Texas. Any suggestions where I can get left window replaced? Yup rock jumped up and bit me! Hit my driver side!
 
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What type motorhome...year model??


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What type motorhome...year model??


mine is a 1990 25 foot. Members of the club tell me it sounds like it was a special made unit. front end looks smilar to the pictures I have seen. I have my tag listed.
 
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To the best of my knowledge all Barths after early 70s use the same windshields.


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