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Jun 16 17 2:15 PM
John Palmer wrote:It's really hard to get Jailousie type windows to seal on the front window of a trailer. During a rain storm, and the wind created from only 50 miles per hour of highway speed will just drive the water past even the new side/top/bottom glass seals. You will want to do everything possible to protect that nice new Birch Paneling.
Vintage Trailer Supply offers a lipped clear seal (VTS 363) that is placed on the top inside edge of each glass pane with the lip facing down. You have to measure to make sure your glass panes are thick enough to hold this clear plastic seal, not all Jailousie windows are the same. If in doubt of fit, just order a sample piece.
This is also why some people use a flip up window guard. They say it's because they use is as a rock guard, and flip it up during camping as a sun visor, but I think the major benefit is that it is a deflector of highway rain water during travel.
Your trailer is looking great.
trailerman1 wrote:I found it, time for another order:
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