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Old 04-01-2011, 02:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Windshield install kit?

Anybody know where I can get a windshield install kit for a Cherokee? The glass guy want's a 100 just to put it in.




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Old 04-01-2011, 08:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Anybody know where I can get a windshield install kit for a Cherokee? The glass guy want's a 100 just to put it in.




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Seems like a fair price to me. Aren't the Cherokee windshields epoxied in?
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Eh, not sure if you'd call it epoxy, more like an industrial strength RTV. It adhears to both the windsheild frame/unibody and the glass.
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Eh, not sure if you'd call it epoxy, more like an industrial strength RTV. It adhears to both the windsheild fram/unibody and the glass.
I'd assume DIY is possible but I'd be leery of future leaks if not done properly. But then again, for myself, there are just some things I won't try. To answer your question, I think I remember seeing the epoxy/rtv goo in oreillys or auto zone.
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Well I'm not to worried about it at this point. Just updated the build thread.....you'll see why.
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Well I'm not to worried about it at this point. Just updated the build thread.....you'll see why.
Oh yea I check that every day.
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