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I have a sliding rear window and was wondering how easy it would be to replace it with a solid ...


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Old 11-23-2016, 12:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have a sliding rear window and was wondering how easy it would be to replace it with a solid window instead. Could someone link me to a video?


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Its harder than you think. I have a solid rear window and wanted to go to a sliding. So I've done my research. The rear window is nearly impossible to remove at home. Its set in with a rigid foam/ epoxy stuff. your best bet is to get it professionally done. and it will be cheaper in the long run if you mess it up which is a Very likely outcome.


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Its harder than you think. I have a solid rear window and wanted to go to a sliding. So I've done my research. The rear window is nearly impossible to remove at home. Its set in with a rigid foam/ epoxy stuff. your best bet is to get it professionally done. and it will be cheaper in the long run if you mess it up which is a Very likely outcome.


How much is it to have a professional do it though? They charge out the ass for labor


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