new and kept it about 10 yrs. and in the old book i HAD, it showed how
the windshield along with all the other glasses who they were placed
into the car.... i do know from hearing this along time ago.. lived
across from a body shop when a kid.. the guys at the body shop were real
good body and fender, and painting guys, but when it came to windshields
they would break them so they just got a company to come out and do it
for them.... if you have any metal deformaties in the area where the
glass going to go it will break as soon as you put pressure on it.......
if you already have the glass why not go to one of these places and ask
what they would charge to put in the new windshield..... might be the
It is probably held in with butyl tape. You remove the old one with
a $15 windshield knife, clean it up and put the correct adhesive on
the frame and new butyl tape on the new windshield and put it in
with any spacers at the bottom just like it was originally.
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