Al F Posted April 5, 2018 Report Share Posted April 5, 2018 We have been looking at a new-to-us motorhome. However instead of the usual sliding windows where one full half of the window slides open to provide ventilation, all the large windows have a knob on the bottom that you crank to "pop-out" the bottom of the window about 5-6 inches. This really restricts the amount of air which will circulate through the RV. Has anyone every tried to modify how far the window pops out at the bottom. Is it even possible? I would like to be able to push the bottom of the window open to about 15-18 inches. Preferably a modification to be able to push the window out so it opens to about 70 to 80 degrees (almost perpendicular to the side of the RV). The RV we are looking at is a 2015-2017 Fleetwood Bounder, 34T We spend most of our travels dry camping or boondocking. We really value the ability to let the air freely circulate through the RV w/o use of any fans. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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