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Van Conversion: How to Fit Seitz Windows | Adventures in a Camper
Of all the windows that we fitted in the van, fitting Seitz windows was definitely the easiest. I mean, they were all pretty easy to fit yourself, but we had issues both times with the bonded rear windows leaking so we had to get one re-fit both times and then the Fiamma Roof Vent was harder just because it involved two people and needing to go on the roof. The Seitz windows are super easy. Simply cut the hole out, put some wood struts in to make the van wall thick enough to hold the window in, and then secure both sides of the window frame to the van. We’ve installed them 4 times (2 times in each van) and never had any problems with the windows leaking or coming loose. The Supplies * 18 x 28 mm planed wood * Sika Sikaflex Ebt+ Adhesive, Sealant & Filler* * Jigsaw with metal blade * Drill with metal drillbit * Masking Tape * Seitz Windows Step 1 It’s an obvious one, but choose where you’re going to place your window. Make sure you check the outside of the van too, as when we installed the windows in our first van, we …