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Re:Concession Trailer Windows 2013/05/19 12:13:03 (permalink)
What's the company in bridgeport
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Re:Concession Trailer Windows 2013/05/19 13:50:55 (permalink)
new england concession co place looks super shady and no website guy seemed like a used car salesman but in the end had a gret price very helpful and great quality 203 214 9893
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Re:Concession Trailer Windows 2013/05/20 09:09:44 (permalink)
Thanks for info juvenile
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Re:Concession Trailer Windows 2013/05/20 22:42:07 (permalink)
i can tell you what i did using off the shelf stuff for diy guys and girls that you can do with hand tools and looks like a million bucks. text me for pics. 706,392,258o   cheers mark
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Re:Concession Trailer Windows 2013/11/13 15:36:12 (permalink)
What is the name of the place in Bridgeport?
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Re:Concession Trailer Windows 2013/11/20 14:46:48 (permalink)
Hey Mark can you email me pics, plumcaterers@gmail.com
Thanks 
 
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i can tell you what i did using off the shelf stuff for diy guys and girls that you can do with hand tools and looks like a million bucks. text me for pics. 706,392,258o   cheers mark


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Re:Concession Trailer Windows 2015/01/12 10:58:01 (permalink)
In California the max opening is 216sq inches (and yes, it is supposed to have some type of closure device), so most trucks don't use standard windows. They just frame in a piece of plexi with a cutout for the food pass through. Often there is a large center piece with 2 sides with cut outs.
Since it's common and standard, it doesn't look strange to any one, and it saves a bundle off buying a framed window.  Insulation is a non issue in my opinion, so nice plastic framed windows from Home depot are a waste of $ here.
I've seen examples of everything from heavy stainless framing to simple aluminum C channel holding the plexy. Unless you look really close, you can't tell the difference.
I think the closure device can be a screen or solid piece. A lot of trucks put a slide up screen on the inside with small aluminum C channel that just covers the cutout. Some hinge another piece of plexi that flips up and just screws into the main plexy.
 
If you're on a budget, this can save a bunch off buying a professional window.
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