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Old 02-21-2006, 10:35 PM   #11
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The problem i will have is getting a straight peice of plexiglass to hold a curved position
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Old 02-21-2006, 10:37 PM   #12
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The problem i will have is getting a straight peice of plexiglass to hold a curved position
hmmmm....

I would talk to a local glass shop. We have several around here that carry a ton of plexi. They might be able to shape it for you.
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well i guess the adheaseve they use to secure real glass might work considering you could put your entire leg through the window before it would pop out of its position
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well i guess the adheaseve they use to secure real glass might work considering you could put your entire leg through the window before it would pop out of its position
Rofl it sounds like you tried this when removing the stock windsheild??

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yeah that was me.
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A little late, but what did you end up doing?
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I hate it when somebody bumps a years old thread.

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Yeah I don't drive a 79-93. I did google you fracking toaster. I WAS ASKING A SPECIFIC PERSON A SPECIFIC QUESTION. This is not your post, leave.
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The thread is from 2006 and David K's last activity was 03-13-2011.

If you can't find replacement lexan for all of your 1996 glass, you are a dolt.

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I helped you even though you're a *****. That's the kind of guy I am. When you call Racecraft, ask if they have a Handicapped Discount.

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