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#21 Whittie


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Posted 15 September 2011 - 06:39 AM

I'm a little late to the party to reply to this thread, but as an FYI I had the rear window and both side windows done in acrylic, with tinting, for $400 cash. That's heat formed to shape, cut, edges rounded, holes cut, 4.5mm (glass is 4mm) tinted acrylic. I couldn't believe how cheap that was considering I'm paying WA prices, so just thought I'd put this post up as information for those thinking of going this route and wondering what it might cost.

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Posted 15 September 2011 - 06:49 PM

Yep, use the rear glass window as a mould to get an acrylic one made from, the curved surface which will be reproduced keeps it rigid in place, unlike a plain flat piece. Consider fixing also, get rid of the heavy rubber edging and get the replacement made oversize so it may be Sikaflexed in place directly onto the hatch.

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