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Anyone know how I can get / repair the small sliding window 3/4 down on the driver's side (near the kitchen area) It came to me broken but well sealed up with aluminum tape... one glass is ok the other has gone to the great broken glass land in the sky....
 
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Check with local glass shop. It will be custom cut.


'92 Barth Breakaway - 30'
5.9 Cummins (6B) 300+ HP
2000 Allison
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Thanks!

The previous owner had substituted a plastic piece that was not immediately obvious... there is damp beneath the sink cabinet along the aluminum rail so I am hoping I do not have rot... hmmm The wall seems dry but the wall paper has come loose and 'shriveled' which can be a sign that in the past it was damp but dried out?
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Check with local glass shop. It will be custom cut.
 
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