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Old 01-06-2018, 11:59 AM   #1
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Hi. I am looking for 8 washers, bolts too if you have them, that hold the windows in place. Probably the same for many bluebirds I would think. Thanks.
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Old 01-06-2018, 12:24 PM   #2
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Hey Druid,

I can't help you out today but I will be pulling the windows out of my Bluebird in the coming months. If you are still in need when I get to that point, you are welcome to them. Windows too if you want them.
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Old 01-06-2018, 12:38 PM   #3
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Great. No rush, can't pull the windows out to recaulk until dry weather. I do have some windows that don't close, so might want to check out some of the windows as well to see if they are the right size. I love my windows and want to keep them all! Of course the view is of the mountains and river at my current spot.
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Great. No rush, can't pull the windows out to recaulk until dry weather. I do have some windows that don't close, so might want to check out some of the windows as well to see if they are the right size. I love my windows and want to keep them all! Of course the view is of the mountains and river at my current spot.
I have 28 side windows, all tinted.

I want to keep the character of the school bus, so they are all remaining in place. I'll insulate between the windows and the inner skin for the ones that would normally be deleted. From the outside it will be very difficult to see which are still windows, and which are not
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Old 01-06-2018, 02:04 PM   #5
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Great. No rush, can't pull the windows out to recaulk until dry weather. I do have some windows that don't close, so might want to check out some of the windows as well to see if they are the right size. I love my windows and want to keep them all! Of course the view is of the mountains and river at my current spot.
Oh rub it in now.... In August I moved from Granite Falls. We had a spot in the woods out Mountain Loop. Canyon Creek ran through our back yard. Now we are living in town again

I suspect the windows would be the same. I will measure when I get out to the bus next.
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No rush on measurements, just let me know when they are out and I can measure what I need. Yes, I am lucky I can park my bus at my dad's house - it is a nice and free environs with great neighbors.
Thank you!
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