Originally Posted by Phil Gobie
Thanks, Do you know if you remove the rivets and extract the entire window if they are prone to braking? Any suggestions as to weather it is better to break the inside or remove the window from the outside?
Removing the window as a whole shouldn't break it unless there are already issues with it. Breaking out the interior pane has its risks. I used a spring loaded center punch, and taped the inner glass. Went great on 2 of the 3, but for some reason I managed to break the outer pane on the third one...$$$ mistake
(that is how I know how much they cost
) As far as removing it from the outside you are going to be removing an entire unit. It has the frame and both panes of glass contained in it. Then you still have to decide the best way to get the window apart to clean the crap from in between the panes. There might be pictures in my photo album, if not remind me and I will post the ones I took when I did mine a year or so ago.