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Had my two front side windows repaired by RV Fog Doc in Searcy Arkansas. Pulled up the night before and they took the coach in at 8 and had it out by 3. Price was $529.00. I am happy with results. Someday I may get others done but front side windows were making it difficult to see out of side mirrors so I chose to have them worked on first.

Call them, tell them what you are driving and they will give you a pretty close ball park estimate.

Happy travels. Arnold


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FloridaRosebud wrote:

Suncoast Designers in Hudson, FL repaired ours. WAY less money than new windows.

Al


In addition to great service, they have hook-ups for you to stay overnight if you have a lot of windows to repair. They do start work at 7AM, or maybe a little before. [emoticon]

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rgatijnet1 wrote:

FloridaRosebud wrote:

Suncoast Designers in Hudson, FL repaired ours. WAY less money than new windows.

Al


In addition to great service, they have hook-ups for you to stay overnight if you have a lot of windows to repair. They do start work at 7AM, or maybe a little before. [emoticon]


Yes, good point. I remember still being on my first cup of coffee when two of the staff showed up to start removing the 4 windows.

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Auto Glass Boss in Lakeland Fla comes to your rig. Just had them there last week while at Lazy Days. Great job at great price.


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