Originally Posted by maryszka
I have a '71 Overlander with a shattered wing window that needs to be replaced. It shattered when we had taken off the rock guard and went away for the weekend. It doesn't look like anything hit it, but it is in smithereens.
Luckily we had some clear tape in the car and carefully taped it so it wouldn't fall apart. Now we would like to replace it. Can we replace only glass, or do we need to buy the whole pricey part?
Wing window glass only, has never been available, nor has the gray gasket.
You must drill out the old wing window and install a new one.
You will need 1 wing window, a package of Olympic rivets and a tube of Vulkem sealer.
When reinstalling a wing window, you no longer the the metal strap that held the wing window to the front window.
You should also replace the "rock guard" as the original clear rockguard was trash some 30 years ago.