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  1. jimgillaspy

    Sunrader Cab over Window

    So I just got off the phone with Advantage RV in Napa, Ca about getting some replacement windows for my 83 Toyota Sunrader. I did a search on this site, and the whole of the internet, and I don't believe I saw current info on availability or price for these buggers, so I thought I'd post up some current info. The price I was quoted was $295.00 per + tax and shipping for what is a "dark tint". I also confirmed that there is in fact two general sizes. One size is for the models that have clearance lights, the other is without. They'd like for you to take photos of your current glass, I'm assuming to confirm what you have. I plan on taking pics with a tape measure referenced. So there you have it. in case you need the full info, here is the link: https://www.adventurervnapa.com/
  2. Fair enough, it involves calling an auto shop that used a tire shop, but I might need to do that.
  3. So, hey everybody. i did some searching, both here and in the internets, and I can't find any article, video or topic discussing the effective removal of tires on the welded 14" semifloating wheels that came on the early 80's toyota RVs. I have a 18' Sunrader and I'm replacing the rear end with the full floating axle. But in order to get the rv home, I bought 6 new tires to put on the old wheels. Now I 'd like to pull them off and sell them ( they're regular car tires, oops) but everyone in my town says that in order to get them off, they're likely going to mess up the inner bead in doing so..., really! I mean, there has to be a technic to removing them without damaging them? Anyone have any info, opinion or a link to a video showing the process, carefulyl or not? Thanks!