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How to install lexan side windows in a race car?

Submitted: 5 years ago.
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Dj :

Hello and thank you for trusting Just Answer with your question. I'm Dj and I will work with you on this.

Dj :

This isn't that hard if the glass is flat. But if the glass is curved, it's a lot more work.

Dj :

So my first question is, are the windows flat?

Dj :

Second question is, do you want the windows to roll up and down?

Dj :

Are you replacing all the glass, including the windshield and back glass?

Dj :

Do you have a minimum thickness that you are required to use?

Dj :

Let me know and I will help you with this. I've done the change a few times.

Dj :

Dj

Customer:

No. one no but not a lot of curve

Customer:

No but not a lot of curve

Customer:

No two- no need to roll up or down. No. three- side only for now but will be doing front and back this winter. No. four- side windows 1/8 front and back 3/16. Back window has quite an inwards curve to it.

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