available in both Single pane and Double Pane insulated windows
RV's, Do it yourself Bus Converters, and Private Coaches.
Window, "T" Slider
The most recommended for Bus-RV conversion is the "T"
slider window as in this image.
The top two thirds is a bay window with a very strong cross bar and the
last third is the slider
that also can be used as an escape window.
Insulated windows are offered with radius
or mitered corners developed specifically for coach use.
Insulated windows utilize two lightweight pieces of 1/8” tempered
glass separated by a 1/4” space.
A vinyl thermal break reduces heat loss or gain through the frame and
helps minimize sweating.
Removable aluminum screens for easy
Frames are made with anodized aluminum; reducing maintenance, rust, and
Their energy saving construction saves on air
conditioning and heating costs.
Attractive charcoal gray aluminum
screens dawned in black aluminum frames
are custom built to fit every sliding window.
In addition, road noise is
also greatly reduced with our insulated windows.
50/50 Slider, Side Windows ,
RV Driver Entrance door Windows
Custom Fit Motor Home windows
Custom fit GMC, Prevost, Eagle windows
MCI 9 RV - Side Window Kits
existing MCI 9 Bus Side window frame ..
the MCI 9 Side window replacements ....
Going from the most difficult to replace to the most simplest to replace
Replace your existing side window with a
RV 50/50 slider or the popular
more "T" Slider window
MCI 9 Entrance Door window,
MCI 9 Driver Window
Standard RV windows
Cut Away view of double pane 50/50 slider
Durable radius corner RV windows with a torque awning
The clamp ring mounting system gives it a flush exterior for a smooth,
The window can stand alone or be used to complement other window styles
in your vehicle, and can be
manufactured in various configurations for use throughout the unit.
Whenever you convert a MCI bus into a private motor coach, usually it's
idea to remove the existing heavy duty commercial grade glass with
escape mechanism and
replace it with a proper amount of RV windows.
The most popular style is
pane insulated glass slider windows.
The first thing you need to do is remove the older
windows, seals, and aluminum
window frames. Now you're down to just a square steel tubing. You then
that for any corrosion that may be there. At this time, is when you add
1.5" x 1.5" tubing to restructure the spaces where the windows used to
The next phase is to install a skin of some type to match
the rest of the coach. Here at
" BusConversion101.com " we used to use 4 ft high by 10 ft wide aluminum
They would come in 1/16th inch or 1/8th inch thickness. However, we've
found that the heavier
1/8" aluminum had a much finer finish. We have Alcoa aluminum to build
us a one piece,
40 ft long section. They have to be handled by special trucks and
but the finish is far superior.
No rivets visible,
no butt joints
exposed, and they cannot leak in any way.