I’ve let you guys down.. now surrounded with all this fancy internet firepower and now I’m the one not doing things. I had the power all weekend in my pocket but was having such a good time at the Sunshine Statesmen rally that well, I just didn’t do it…… I’m fired!
I’ll do my best this week to redeem myself AND get going at getting the rest of the web site up and going. And all this time I though my number one job was messing with motorhomes! The ends of my 2 plunking fingers are getting worn down and growing tougher skin!
OK, what I’ve been waiting on was the pricing on the driver and now passenger side windows…. we had to wait on the bid on the custom countoured and solar shield glass then the assembly process documentation then pricing on them that’s been on my mind.
I’m serious… 22 years ago when I took my first drive in a GMC I’ve always thought those funky “A” frame windows were stupid.
So here’s the deal… $350 per side or $650 for both windows They will be available through Jim K. at Applied, Miguel at MGMGMC, Jeff Sirum and through me here. If you want a set from the first production I would suggest getting on a list somewhere. We have fitted the prototype and it fits well. There should be no differences in the production models. Drop in? Really close, the opening for this frame is not toally standard so there may be a little trimming on the opening but it’s also that way for the side windows.. especially with the Transmode coaches. I would prefer to have the windows professionally installed but if you want to give it a try remember these windows were made for folks who know what they are doing install them.
We also have a new design for a top to bottom wind wing so we have that to look forward to, a little in the field testing will tell us that works. Thanks to everyone who have pitched in to bring this product to market.. would might be surprised.
I feel the last style statement that the coach has always needed, better even that taking the spare tire off (I know some like a continental kit on their Lincoln and I’m good with that) but having a full vertical bar on all side windows including the front ones makes sense to me. I know there will be folks all over the board on the cost but just me when I tell you we all all partners in making this happen and the value of this is much more than their cost. Heck it takes $100 worth of parts and labor to simply refelt the original sliders and you know that original latch is made of pure “Unobtanium”! Why spend a couple hundred bucks to redo those windows because a little more will get you the window you always should have had. .