He said that the actual window sizes were too different, so we couldn't switch from the single-pane windows we have to doubles.
.... and the weight of close to 200 lbs I decided to not have them installed on my new 3100. In the 2551 I had the old style sliders and I must say the factory did a great job swapping them out, the entire window frame had to be replaced to handle the increased size of the glass and there was not a single scratch either inside or out. I love the new frameless windows that look superb and makes the coach a little more secure. Thanks, Ron
Shipper:My 3100 fully loaded with fluids and two adults and 80 lb dog tipped the scales at 13,600 lbs, 4460 on the front axile and 9140 on the rear, I did not get individual corners done. That leaves me with approx. 900 lbs of extra stuff.
Shipper:The 13,600 lb GVW was the coach completely loaded with all the gear and food I would need for a week on the road plus myself and my wife and dog. The holding tanks were empty. I was looking for a little more capacity but 900 lbs is not bad compared to say a Sprinter that is about max before you load anything. I do not know exactly what the weight of the dual pain windows might be but the 3100 does have a fair number of windows and glass is not light so it would have to be at least 100 lbs that takes fuel to move down the orad. Enjoy the 3100!