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i am bidding a job to replace old[90s] marvin casements with new marvin casemasters
the house is Tudor style with hard coat stucco
customer wants to use the extruded marvin brick mould and compatible sill

the old windows were new construction so im pretty sure they are stock size,i would like these new units to fit exactly back in between the ''timbers'' and stucco

can the r.o of the new units [including the extruded casing] be calculated by measuring the total outside unit?
 

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the exterior measurment (frame to frame) is the unit dimention, then add for brickmold width. to get your r.o. you can
get the opening size from a marvin rep by giving him the glass size of the existing unit
carefully pull the interior casings then measure
measure outside width of brickmold then deduct 3" (gets ya close)
 

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BE CAREFUL a lot of the those extrusions are not 2"
 
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