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Old 09-24-04, 01:49PM   #1
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Default Flush mounted windows

I understand what you need to do, but doyou need thicker seals to make the window a lil bit higher so it blends in?
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Old 01-14-05, 03:38AM   #2
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yes you do need to raise the glass heigth to make it a flush mount.

There's a few other things to do, if you want to really make a difference.

But I keep those secrets to myself
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