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Old 05-06-2014, 03:39 AM   #1
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'95 four winds windows - remove inside frame

I have to gut a wall in my 21 foot Four Winds TT.
I am having problems with the window... It has no screws on the inside, meaning the panel runs underneath the frame of the window, and I do not know how to, or if it is even possible to remove the frame on the inside to put up new paneling.
I should not have to remove the whole window to do this...

But, as a Segway... I want to be able to reseat the window if I have a leak, this has become a full gut...
Any ideas on how to remove the frames, as well as remove the whole window?
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Old 09-01-2014, 09:32 PM   #2
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We have a Dutchman Four Winds Express, looking at the same problem on one of the windows.

I see you wrote this back in May, we just bought ours last month and only have had three nights in it.

I see no one responded to your post, was wondering if you have found anything out yet? Otherwise, we might be trailblazing this area on our own!
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Old 09-01-2014, 11:21 PM   #3
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Still searching for answers...

I have not found any information on the windows.
I think I will be pulling it out, which really sucks just to re-panel the wall.
But, I am doing a complete gut anyways, and that was on my agenda to do.
But, it does make it difficult to plan ahead as I will be paneling a wall at a time in order to get the window back in, incase of bad weather...

But I will keep ya posted!
As I started a blog on the gut, and reno of the trailer...
Alice gets a makeover

You can also see the youtube videos as well.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK4...M5ADWCg2LBLGcQ
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Old 09-10-2014, 01:43 AM   #4
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I have not found any information on the windows.
I think I will be pulling it out, which really sucks just to re-panel the wall.
But, I am doing a complete gut anyways, and that was on my agenda to do.
But, it does make it difficult to plan ahead as I will be paneling a wall at a time in order to get the window back in, incase of bad weather...

But I will keep ya posted!
As I started a blog on the gut, and reno of the trailer...
Alice gets a makeover

You can also see the youtube videos as well.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK4...M5ADWCg2LBLGcQ
Thanks for sharing you blog and videos! WOW, what a undertaking. When you done, I would be interested in the total cost. Looking at the video I kept thinking this project would never get done if I were to do it and probably cause a divorce.

Good luck!
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