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Old 05-10-2006, 08:56 PM   #15
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Those wing windows were double pane.
Do a search and read some posts on fixing your double pane windows.
Mine - of similar vintage- had a lot of water and vapor between those corner windows. After reading these forums I decieded to fix mine. It is done by BREAKING one of the panes and then re-siliconing the other one into place.
I fixed both of my Vista Views, the front flat window and both of my corner windows as they were all cloudy. One of the corner windows went perfectly but the other side I got a little over eager with the center punch and broke both panes. It was available from my local AS dealer - $350 +-
It was not hard to install. I do think though that if the inner pane is still intact you will be able to fix it rather cheaply.
This doesn't address the human debris you call your neighbors I know but I've a hunch your windows were ready for some TLC anyway?
Best of luck
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Sorry for the accident. One side of me says we need guns for hunting and all but the other city living side says get rid of them all. If I understand the post correctly the bullet just broke the outside pane of the double glass. If this is correct then you now have a single pane window. Clean up the broken glass and carefully remove all glass from around the frame. You should get many years of service from this one pane.
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Sorry for the accident. One side of me says we need guns for hunting and all but the other city living side says get rid of them all. If I understand the post correctly the bullet just broke the outside pane of the double glass. If this is correct then you now have a single pane window. Clean up the broken glass and carefully remove all glass from around the frame. You should get many years of service from this one pane.

I was told it would leak just to replaces it.Yeah the guy next door i think was shooting the squirrels again with a BBgun after the other neighbors told him to stop.

ultradog.....We wasnt having a problem like that.They wasn't cloud or anything.After finding what i did in the rear i check it up front i have no leaks up there at all.And the windows did look great
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Angel, Did you mention that it was just a small hole about the size of a BB? Or did the glass shatter? If it's just a small hole, why don't you contact a (reputable) auto glass shop and see if they can repair it? Gotta be cheaper and easier than a new one.

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Angel, Did you mention that it was just a small hole about the size of a BB? Or did the glass shatter? If it's just a small hole, why don't you contact a (reputable) auto glass shop and see if they can repair it? Gotta be cheaper and easier than a new one.

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It shatter ...Yesterday i took all the piece of glass out.
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