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Old 04-27-2014, 06:45 PM   #1
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Stupid Question

We have a 2015 Whitehawk 24RKS due to be delivered soon. From the limited number of pictures I've found online, it looks like it has the frameless windows. The stupid question is.... these windows do open up, right? How do they open, are they hinged at the top? I just can't picture how they work!

Also, I read on here that the 2015 models are coming with LED lights inside. Hope so! Also it looks like they changed the flooring from the tile look to more of a "hardwood look". Can anyone confirm these changes?

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Old 04-29-2014, 07:58 PM   #2
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Lots of views.... I guess no one has got their 2015 yet! New trailers are now showing up at my local dealer, hopefully ours will be here soon.

Or else my questions really were too stupid to answer! LOL
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Old 04-29-2014, 09:24 PM   #3
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Great question. Remember no stupid questions only stupid answers

Maybe no one knows yet.....
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I can tell you the frameless windows on our 5th wheel open, they tilt out from the bottom.
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Old 04-29-2014, 09:56 PM   #5
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Some of mine open up/ down like traditional window, and some have lower crank and tilt out, then 2 emergency exit style that flap out
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Old 04-30-2014, 06:45 AM   #6
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We too are waiting for a 2015 WH to come in. From what the dealer has told us and some pictures DW found online, the flooring is now "hardwood" and lights are LED. Not sure about the windows, but I can't imagine them not opening
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Thanks for the replies! I figured the windows HAD to open, just wasn't sure which way. I found another dealer online that had a picture of the window sticker that indicated that they have gone to LED lighting. Can't wait to get the trailer!
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My 2014 White Hawk has the frameless windows and the LED lighting. Both very nice! The widows are all a little different based on the size but they all swing open from a hinge either on top of or in the middle of the window. They only tilt out a few inches at the bottom, but it's nice you can leave them open in the rain (which I've done already) and the water won't run in.
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My 2014 White Hawk has the frameless windows and the LED lighting. Both very nice! The widows are all a little different based on the size but they all swing open from a hinge either on top of or in the middle of the window. They only tilt out a few inches at the bottom, but it's nice you can leave them open in the rain (which I've done already) and the water won't run in.
If you look closely when the window is open, you will see a little piece of plastic between the ends of the arms that push the window out. I've read that you can remove that little plastic strip and you can open the window quite a bit further. I don't really see the need for them to open further, and I don't know if the hinge system would be happy if opened further. Thought about trying it on one of mine, but don't want to risk possibly damaging anything. Maybe when it's not quite so new...
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If you look closely when the window is open, you will see a little piece of plastic between the ends of the arms that push the window out. I've read that you can remove that little plastic strip and you can open the window quite a bit further. I don't really see the need for them to open further, and I don't know if the hinge system would be happy if opened further. Thought about trying it on one of mine, but don't want to risk possibly damaging anything. Maybe when it's not quite so new...

I'll have to give that a try!
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