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Old 03-15-2004, 08:55 PM   #1
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I went over to the glass shop to check it out, He quoted me $408.45 Installed, That'* nuts... He wants $215 for a regular windsheld Installed, Is it really that expensive or should I look for a new shop?
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That'* VERY cheap for a HUD windshield. Some are over $1000 You can also get an optical coating inside that does the same thing too, but much cheaper.
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My current windsheld is cracked badly... my brother thought throwing a golfball over the house was a good idea...
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Wow, $408 installed, that'* a bargain! Like Jason said, they go for around $1100.
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I recently had mine replaced (a little snow plow incident ), and it would have been $1350 were it not for the insurance.
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We had the 94'* replace and it cost the insurance company a little over $1100 but only cost us $100 deductible.
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I've got State minimum 15/20/40 insurance, and I'll probably never claim anything.... But $400 is a good price Eh? M'kay... Seems high to me, It'* just glass... Wonder if I can get him to tell me list price...
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I've got State minimum 15/20/40 insurance, and I'll probably never claim anything.... But $400 is a good price Eh? M'kay... Seems high to me, It'* just glass... Wonder if I can get him to tell me list price...
Just remember that you get what you pay for. You should see what your rates would be if you added comprehensive with a $100 or $250 deductible. It shouldn't cost you too much unless you are really young or have a bad driving record. Glad to see your minimum property damage is at least $40,000. Just don't hit anything more expensive than that.
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it'* $74 a month... I quoted Comprehensive a while back, my heart still has that off beat once in a while...
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That'* a SMOKIN' deal for a WS! Just make sure it'* not made in China. That'* not a joke. We had a VERY unhappy member last week with that. Horrible image.
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