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Old 08-19-2010, 06:53 PM   #4
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Default Re: 99 sc2 rear quarter glass

That's all the guy did, though I'd imagine a metal putty knife would be apt to scratch the crud out of the glass.


He went from the inside of the car, and ran the sawzall all around the window cutting the "glue" roughly in half. Not sure what he used to clean the "glue" completely off the glass, but he had it all off before putting new "glue" on the car, then set the glass in place and pressed it in.

Looked like a really simple procedure that the lack of info on here makes seem ridiculously complicated.

New rear quarter glass in my case would have been $230 (windshield for '97 SC1 from same company was $180) but they were able to swap it for $100.

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