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Old 10-26-2012, 11:47 AM   #1
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The outer pane of the front center window on my'75 international sovereign is shattered, apparently from a lawn mower thrown rock. Planning to replace with Lexan. Does any body know the size and thickness of the outer pane?

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Old 10-30-2012, 03:35 PM   #3
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I rebuilt the front center window on my '73 (which I expect is the same), and used 1/8" polycarbonate. I don't have the exact height and width, but if you remove the old piece, you can get a good measurement off of that, assuming it stays in one pice. If not, then you can at least measure inside-to-inside of the frame. If you have a table saw handy, you can just buy a 48" x 24" sheet (which should be over-sized), and then cut it down to fit. Lexan cuts real easily with a finish blade.
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I rebuilt the front center window on my '73 (which I expect is the same), and used 1/8" polycarbonate. I don't have the exact height and width, but if you remove the old piece, you can get a good measurement off of that, assuming it stays in one pice. If not, then you can at least measure inside-to-inside of the frame. If you have a table saw handy, you can just buy a 48" x 24" sheet (which should be over-sized), and then cut it down to fit. Lexan cuts real easily with a finish blade.
that's pretty much my plan but can't find it locally and wanted to know what size to order. Been trying to find the specs on the original glass but haven't had much luck.
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