Thu Nov 20 11:46:45 EST 2003
equipped with both much better tools (i.e. ones actually designed to
separate the glass from the window frame, rather than the paint from car
body) & the knowledge and experience to do the job right. Bung up that
paint, or fail to get a good seal, & your looking at long term problems and
aggravation, not temporary "I got a crack or chip ...."
BTW, also look at 3M/aka "Stoneguards" for your other valuable glass assets,
the headlamps, if you haven't thought or done this already.
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~[mailto:s-car-list-admin at audifans.com]On Behalf Of Andrew Pennell
~Sent: Saturday, November 09, 2002 8:15 AM
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~Subject: [s-cars] Windshield Replacement
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~Wondering if anyone out there could recommend a place to get a
~windshield replaced in the Boston area. Got nailed by a rock last
~night. I have had bad luck in the past with windshield replacement
~(leaks and wind noise). Should I look for a certain type of glass?
~I was thinking factory OEM glass would be the way to go. The
~archives mentioned tinting could vary between manufacturers.
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