[tcb] Re: Still looking for Jalousie windows.

It's the friday before Christmas right?

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> Eric did you ask Amy if she would like to go to the Christmas party?
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> Cajun Eskimo
> Christopher Dirksen
>     From: "Eric Woodall"
> Reply-To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [tcb] Re: Still looking for Jalousie windows.
> Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2006 07:23:18 -0600 (CST)
>>That's the plan. Anchoring at the bottom.
>>Amy loves this color and material planning!
>>Finally a way for her to get involved with the bus, other than just
>> riding
>>shotgun...
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>> > Or you can do what we did and get an extra set of curtain rods and
>> anchor
>> > the bottom of the curtains like rv's do so you don't have all that
>> > flopping.
>> > The breeze thru the windows does help cool the bus on a roadtrip and
>> if
>> > it's
>> > a cold day you know real quick if you left a window open.
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>> > _____
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>> >  From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
>> Behalf
>> > Of wuzmop@xxxxxxx
>> > Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 6:28 AM
>> > To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> > Subject: [tcb] Re: Still looking for Jalousie windows.
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>> > I drive on road trips all the time with mine open. Other than the
>> curtain
>> > problem Sammy mentioned, I've had no problems. Since you're not going
>> > correct, I would suggest making an easily removeable curtain rod so
>> you
>> > can
>> > take them down on road trips. That is, if you are going with curtains.
>> >
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>> >
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: eric@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> > To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> > Sent: Wed, 6 Dec 2006 8:33 PM
>> > Subject: [tcb] Re:  Still looking for Jalousie windows.
>> >
>> > Thanks Sammie,
>> > And as far as "correctness", this bus is about as far from correct as
>> you
>> > can get.
>> > I am putting Jalousie windows in a 13 window deluxe! Blasphemy!
>> >
>> > Sammie Smith wrote:
>> >> Eric:
>> >> Look at the swap meets. Usually can find some of these things at a >
>> >> swap
>> > such as Ennis. Going rate probably about $25 per copy for good > ones.
>> > When
>> > you acquire them make sure the cranks work. The gear in > the crank
>> > mechanism has a tendency to strip out and to my knowledge > there is
>> no
>> > easy
>> > fix for this problem. So, when you are looking at a > used one make
>> sure
>> > the
>> > crank works and cranks the windows in and  out > with no problem.
>> Also,
>> > some
>> > of these windows have laminated glass and > all of the laminate old
>> ones I
>> > have seen have rusty discoloration in > the laminate and to look good
>> the
>> > glass will have to be replaced. The > ones that do not have laminate
>> have
>> > tempered glass which does not have > that problem. Also, if you are a
>> > stickler for correctness there is a > slight difference between the
>> ones
>> > for
>> > a 65 and the ones for a 66 or > 67. The bottom sill plate is flat on
>> the
>> > ones for 65 and slanted > significantly towards the out side on the
>> ones
>> > for
>> > the 66/67. However, > they are interchangeable between all busses and
>> fit
>> > the cutouts where > the pop outs would normally be on a Kombi. As to
>> >  driving
>> > with them > open. I have around town. The only problem is that driving
>> > down
>> > the > highway the wind plays havoc with the curtains that go on each
>> of >
>> > these windows. Other than that there is no problem that I know of >
>> > driving
>> > with them open.
>> >>
>> >> Hope this helps.
>> >> Sammie
>> >> At 08:56 PM 12/5/2006, you wrote:
>> >>> I am still looking to buy at 6 - 8 square split window jalousie >>
>> > windows for my bus.
>> >>> I have one question though; can you drive with the jalousies open?
>> >>> Peter, did you have a chance to see if you had any around?
>> >>>
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