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RV Windshield Replacement

Wise RV Glass is 100% mobile and will bring the glass to you so that you keep your family safe while you enjoy your travel time. 

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Flush Mount Windshields

Flush mount windshields are glued onto the opening with urethane. We then use a UV resistant urethane around the perimeter in place of a molding to cover the gap between the glass and the body. Specific setting of the glass is crucial here so that the fit is snug, and the gaps are even around the glass. 

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Gasket Set Windshields

A high-density self-sealing gasket is installed onto the body, and urethane adhesive helps seal in any vulnerable areas (usually on top and sides).

 

The glass is then installed into the gasket. Urethane is applied between the glass and gasket to add seal and integrity to the placement of the glass. Then a locking strip or locking fin is locked into the gasket to force the rubber tight onto the glass and the body.

 

This type of windshield is commonly referred to as a 'floating windshield' as the glass has some ability to adjust inside the gasket as needed based on climate, travel, and stress on the fiber glass opening. 

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Glue-In Windshields

Glue-in windshields are glued onto the body with urethane, and we use a rubber molding to cover the gap between the glass the body.

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Towable RV Front Windshields 

Select towable fifth-wheel and pull-behind RVs have front windshield glass on them to open up the cap areas in the floorplan. We are fully able to replace the glass in these on-site. Most of these are bonded direct to the fiberglass, and some have subframes behind them which the glass is mounted to. 

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Wise RV Glass is all about preventing future glass damage.

 

Wise RV Glass encourages you to contact  YB-Outdoors for a durable, fitted, cover to protect the front glass on your rig. 

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