thanks Beast, you are welcome to visit I got hot dogs and a grill and a case of beer for an extra hand
Ok ran into problem... I dont like the adhesion qualities of butyl tape in my windows sooo I am not using it permanetly in the reinstall. I am floating the glass entirely in sika 295.This is how to do it.
take your glass and find the Herculite markings to determine the outside of the glass, it should read properly from inside the rig on the bottom right corner. lay it on a towell.
Flip glass over giong left to right, now logo is on the left corner bottom.
Take a good scale and GREY Butyl tape, I dont like the new white stuff and weight TWO grams of tape which you have rolled onto Jelly bean sized pieces. You will need six " two gram jelly beans "
Place them three on top of pane overhanging the glass a little and three on the bottom of pane slightly higher than the bottom edge of the glass.
treat your window channel with activator
superglue your rubber base spacers back into frame
install window with beans facing out and remember orientation (herculite letters bottom right) and beans overlapping top edge of glass slightly.
Push glass firmly against channel evenly depressing beans slightly, not too much you need about an eighth inch gap outside.
Sika inner frame and window avoiding split ring channel (which is almost impossible)
Let cure one day or so
remove beans by pulling up on them and being patient they will come out use a little water if needed and a plastic scraper to pry them out.
Take clean thin paint brush to apply activator between window and outter frame.
Seal outside of window
Clean split ring channel,razor and ice pic or scribe.
Clean inside window with soap and water, no windex
proceed with install of plexi with rubber seal and split ring.
You now should have about three quarter of a tube or so of sika 295 sealing your window it should be WATERPROOF TO A DEPTH OF 1000 FEET.
Well maybe not quite but I bet it will last 50 years.