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Old 02-14-2008, 05:42 PM   #1
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Ok as some of you know I had to do a lil bit of welding on my car and between the welding sparks and grinding the metal, I burned my window! Now I just got small little pits...anyway to fix this?? If not fixing it, maybe make it less noticeable? I dont mind being able to feel it but I just dont wanna SEE it as much!?

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What'* that glass filler stuff?


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Exterior Mods: Trans Am Hood scoop w/Exhaust Vents Molded and Fully Functional, Shaved Door Handles, Shaved Rear Reflector from the Deck Lid, Shaved Manufacturer Logos, Candy Blue & Candy Black 2 Tone Paint job, DARK Tinted Windows, Clear Corners, TSX HID Projectors, 6000k HIDs, & Angel Eyes
We are patiently waiting to see............how soon in coming??

Live and learn on the glass damage. :( You might be better off replacing it. Should be able to find a used one on a wrecker.
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Just make sure that it'* a HUD equipped car, and that the glass is AP Flo Lite. As far as I know, they were the only supplier for the HUD glass...PPG is what I'm replacing mine with, as they did all the other glass on my PA.
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