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Old 03-25-2008, 03:09 PM   #1
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I'm looking for the side window glass. The trianglular piece that looks like a vent window but is fixed. Any information as to where I can get this would be extreamly helpful. Thanks for anybodies help.
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Old 03-25-2008, 03:43 PM   #2
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I'm looking for the side window glass. The trianglular piece that looks like a vent window but is fixed. Any information as to where I can get this would be extreamly helpful. Thanks for anybodies help.
The fixed part of the driver and passenger windows, have not been available for several years.

The window frame must be removed, and the center bar taken out.

Then replace the fixed window with 3/16" Lexan, coated on both sides.

That is the only fix at this time.

Also, the glass on the sides has not been available for several years as well.

They likewise, are replaced with Lexan.

We have the driver and passenger slider window glass, the two windshields, the rear window and the two wrap windows that may be in the rear, depending on the model and year.

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Thanks for th help. The window only has a slight bend . Will it bend itslf or will I have to heat form it somehow.
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Thanks for th help. The window only has a slight bend . Will it bend itslf or will I have to heat form it somehow.
That window has a double bend, one from top to bottom and the other from front to back.

Lexan can be bent into a circle, if you wish, so there is no problem using that material.

But don't try that with glass.

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