Slider Window with Livestock Bars...also known as "Butt Windows"

Slider Window with Livestock Bars...also known as "Butt Windows"

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Your Price: $115.95
Part Number:SW24X20BARS

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Slider Window with Livestock Bars, 24"W X 20"T
(rough hole measurement)

These livestock windows are the most common size available for horse trailers. Other sizes are available by special order from our USA window manufacturer. They feature "smoke" tinted safety glass, a 1/2 screen, and strong aluminum bars welded to the window that keep the livestock from getting injured. A mill-finish aluminum clamp ring (for a professional-looking installation) is included with the purchase, and the clamp ring choices are for either a 1/8" thick wall or a 1 1/2" thick wall.

*most of the time you will need eighteen  #8 X 1/2" sheet metal screws for installation with a properly-sized clamp ring. We think you should re-use the screws you remove from the original window, if possible, because they will be the perfect size for your application.

DIY disclaimer: Anytime you are going to cut a hole in your trailer, we recommend you be perfectly sure of what your are doing. If you have not done this before, or you are not sure of how this window installs, please take the trailer to a professional. The window does not come with instructions, because if you have any questions, don't do it yourself!



We recommend that all parts and accessories be installed by a professional. If you choose to install them yourself, Trail Pals will not be responsible for any damage caused to yourself or your property.

5 Stars
Retired
Good quality product and easy to replace. Package arrived in four days (which included Labor Day). Hardest part was getting it out of the packaging - unless a gorilla handles it, the window should reach the user in one piece. This was the second one I've ordered for our trailer. Other than self-tapping screws, the only thing I needed was some weather stripping to ensure the clamp ring pulled the window in tight to the trailer body. Thanks!
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Reviewed by:  from Maryland. on 9/9/2016
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