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Old 03-21-2014, 01:13 PM   #1
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I have a Jayco Swift SLX 184BH. Like the rest of the owners, I have no window in the doorway. I really would like to have the ability to see what's on the other side of the door before I open it and knock someone off the step. I figure it's probably to keep the weight down, but is there a part number for Jayco window that is commonly installed in the doors of other models.

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Old 03-22-2014, 09:24 AM   #2
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our 2012 has factory installed door window. I'll be darn, just went to the jayco site. no windows on any of the slx models...145-185. strange. I like my frosted door window.
too answer your question there are several sites. www.tweetys.com and also do a google search....travel trailer door windows...hope this helps.
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What year is your 184? My 2012 has a window on the door,
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Old 03-23-2014, 07:33 AM   #4
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In 2013 they traded the door window for a front window for more light. Which is better? I like the front window but opinions vary.

by the way this comment only applies to the swift xls series
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The window in our 28BHBE has the frosted glass, I like it that way
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Would a door peephole work? Here's one that might be short enough for an RV door: http://www.peepholesecurity.com/miniview.htm. Note: I don't know anything about the company selling at this link.
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Old 03-24-2014, 01:12 PM   #7
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My 184BH is 2014. I like the big windows it comes with in the front, but I also would like a door window. Probably just smokes to match the rest of the windows. I can always add some a vinyl etched design if I need more privacy. Does anyone know how to contact Jayco to see if I can order a factory 2012 door window from them?
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My 184BH is 2014. I like the big windows it comes with in the front, but I also would like a door window. Probably just smokes to match the rest of the windows. I can always add some a vinyl etched design if I need more privacy. Does anyone know how to contact Jayco to see if I can order a factory 2012 door window from them?
go to the jayco website and email or call them. they are usually very promp in returning email inquires.
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