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  1. Last Aug 2018, we traded our 04 Newmar DSDP for a 2010 Newmar DutchAire DP. Part of the trade involved replacing the front windshield which was cracked. We then left after several days and left on several trips until the latter part of Sept.2018. We then began gradually working our way back towards where we bought the MH for replacement of our rv fridge with the Samsung counter depth one prior to heading to south Tx for the winter. Several days before arrival at the dealer, I noticed a vertical water leak approximately in front of the pass seat. The "glue" used by the dealer apparently did not setup properly so they redid the top rubber seal/moulding that goes the top of the windshield. We then left for Tx and (1)week after arrival, the seal came loose again. Has anyone called Guardian Glass, Safelite or some other company that works on class A windshields and had them respond to fix a "seal" problem only. Would prefer to get this redone before leaving south Tx on 5/3/19. Any comments plse.
  2. We will be heading for Nacogdoches. Tx tomorrow(Mon) from a cg off I35 just north of Thackerville about 20mi. We will take I35 around east side of Dallas then I20 east to Longview then south on 259. Is I20E and 259S open?
  3. Thank u Kirk; A good example for others to follow.
  4. We would also. Our (2) bikes are mounted on the rear of our tow car and, like u stated, can get pretty nasty when towing in nasty weather.
  5. I hear u on the heat. U can definitely feel the heat from the halogens in our ceiling puck lights in the MH when u put ur hand close.
  6. My thanks to Jcussen, Sandsys and Rv_ for the links.
  7. Our current MH, 2010 Newmar Dutch Aire 4304, has (45) ceiling flush mount puck lights which have the 12v 10w G4 base halogen bulb in each one. I would like to "gradually" replace these with the equivalent LED bulb. Anyone with the same setup done this or could possibly furnish a part # for the LED bulb. Halogens have always seemed to hot for my taste.
  8. I agree also. It would have to be an extreme situation before it would even be remotely considered by us.
  9. On a side note, we have Foremost Ins for our MH and they do not offer windshield glass coverage if it is registered in Missouri. If it wasn't for them having the best rates we could find for full timing, they would be history. To the OP, if a small chip, have a glass company do it. Shouldn't cost you anything but a little of bit your time waiting for them to do their magic.
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