New window aperture.

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  1. grahammay2

    grahammay2 Funster

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    Any advise with fitting a window into the rear blank end section in Pilote Mooveo 683.
     
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    I would make sure there are no wires but otherwise I would think it's just a big hole and then put the window in.

    Martin
     
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    Think I'd ask the manufacturer, as there may be a high percentage of rigidity involved the the back wall and cutting a hole just might effect the structure. Just a thought and I guess it'll depend on the window size too:)

    Measure twice, cut once, so good luck and let us know, plus pictures of the task so others can follow if required:)
     
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    Look out for wood struts crossing side to side as well
    ( You may be able to get the approx position from a dealer )
    ( And It's probably where's bike racks attach at the rear)
    Measure measure measure twice & cut once
    Don't be tempted to cut undersized it's harder work
    Resizing check hole good luck and take your time
    It's not a race beware polystyrene bits they stick like
    Brown stuff to a blanket and get every where inside and out

    https://picasaweb.google.com/mytinsnail/2008_1011flimsy04
     
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  5. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    I would take great care before affecting the structual integrity of you van.

    Peter
     
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    Yes, don't do it. There might be something there that the manufacturer doesn't want you cutting.
     
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    Come on, where's your sense of adventure, out with chainsaw and get to work. :D
     
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    I'm sure @Techno did something similar
     
  9. Techno

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    Many people advised me not to do it :LOL:
     
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    Am I correct to assume that is this the one with the offside 'French' bed and near-side shower? If so, then where are you proposing to put the window and how big?
     
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    i would cut the inner first see whats there you can always replace an inner panel
     

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