Originally Posted by musigenesis
No, the screws I'm talking about are on the inside and don't need sealant (they're the screws with the big round washers around them that hold in both adjacent windows).
I use Dynatron-550 for sealant and highly recommend it. Cheapest place for single tubes is Autozone ($15 ea.) or you can get cases of 12 for $150 or so (you will probably use that much and more - I'm easily over 20 tubes already).
Okay, so bus window anatomy is:
Where window meets the bus - bottom
Where window meets the bus - two sides
Corners that seem to have large gaps where water comes in
Edges of the outer sill
So, what do you think of this procedure:
Where window meets the bus - bottom: Butyl tape
Where window meets the bus - two sides: Dynatron-550
Corners that seem to have large gaps where water comes in: Dynatron-550
Edges of the outer sill: Dynatron-550
Or .... Ive seen others suggest 3M OEM grade automotive seam sealer or 3M urethane sealer for the corners and vertical ??