AMA Universal Screened Van Bunk Half-Slider Window Passenger Side 30 3/4" x 9 1/2"
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Part # UBW-RV-HSS P
Mfg: AMA (AM Auto)
Mfg Country: China
Mfg Warranty: 6 Months
Glass Color = Solar Privacy Glass
Glass UV Rating = 17%
- Overall Dimension 30 3/4" x 9 1/2"
- Cut-Out Dimension:29" x 7-3/4"
- Vented Opening: 11-3/8" x 5-5/8"
The AMA Van Bunk Half-Slider Window is an excellent choice for a Camper Van. The modern design has a frame-less exterior to match with OEM Glass or today's modern all glass style windows.
A easy to use hinged latch secures window in the closed position for security and the integrated screen will keep bugs or small debris out.
The glass is a 17% solar privacy tint safety glass for added privacy and UV protection.
|Whats needed to Install?|
This window is installed with Urethane Adhesive, you will need a primer base. Both items come together in a convenient kit. .
How will I install this window?
You will need to create a template to cut your window hole. Easiest way is to use the cardboard box it came use a square and make a rectangle . Approx 29"L x 7-3/4" H always double check measurements.
Cut out your hole with your choice of tool reciprocating saw, sheers,disc, etc..
Once the Hole has been cut out its time to install the Bunk window clean the outside metal of the van with rubbing alcohol or PWR22 Cleaner this will insure a good hold of the urethane eliminating contaminants.
Using a urethane primer apply to the outside of the body you want to be close to the opening tape off the wall 1/2" away from the opening and primer within. Allow primer to dry for about 10 mins, you will cut your urethane tip straight across no V-notch you want it to be a tootsie roll size of urethane make sure you evenly distribute straight to the fret of the window itself not onto the wall.
There will be urethane then oozes into the interior of the van, using glass cleaner spray the urethane with a liberal amount then using a plastic putty knif smooth the urethane out like you spackling a wall to insure complete coverage of the hole and a nicer appearance.