Originally Posted by marcjsmith
i have done this with my moody 376
remove the windows and the frame tape off the opening straighten up the cut lines then vhb tape and the dow 795
This looks great but there is a potential long term problem: the windows are mounted proud of the cabin
sides instead of flush. For this type of installation
I recommend to paint
the cut edges of the polycarbonate or acrylic with black paint
like Easypoxy. You want to prevent UV entering the window through this cut edge, because the window front and back will reflects the UV back into the window again and again, like a fiber optic transporting light. This accelerates UV degeneration greatly.
I have this same problem and am planning to first glue some G10 strips around the openings so that I can install the windows flush with those strips, protecting the cut edges.