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Old 12-22-2006, 01:38 AM   #1
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I was referred by MOS to this section...has anyone replaced the rear quarter glass by themselves?
I had a quote from some Jacka** of 680.00 to replace it...that sounds like they wanted me to bend over and take it in the GASHOLE...
PLEASE someone help.
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I was told the glass alone is over $200.00. Also, there are two types of glass for the Bonneville. I was told there is one with reflective qualities, and one without. You might ask about that because I have a quarter glass with tint on it that doesn't match because of it.
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I'm not entirely sure but the reflective glass may just be for the windshield due to the HUD
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Nah, the side glass has differences. Factory tint.

It'* very expensive to replace. $680 sounds reasonable for the cost of parts and the labor involved. You have to basically strip the door down to nothing.
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ok, a cheaper alternative...explosives...
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