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Username Post: Windshield Scratch
kingkreeton 
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kingkreeton
Loc: Nashville TN
Reg: 04-15-11
07-30-21 06:18 AM - Post#2824155    
    In response to ampico-kid

  • ampico-kid Said:
  • rrausch Said:
if the scratch really really really bugs you, it might be worth a new windshield.




I hear you, but having gone through hell pulling and reinstalling the rear window trying to get it waterproofed, I don't know if I could go through it all again with the front. I'm still weighing my options. Luckily the scratch is on the passenger side, so I don't have to look through it every time I drive the car.



The front is much easier to seal and get waterproof than the rear. The rear tends to give folks issues, even professional shops unless they have an old school guy who actually has some finesse skills, not the 20 year old plug and play guys.
Shane
64 Impala SS:
Chevy Performance 350HO
4 Speed Muncie


Edited by kingkreeton on 07-30-21 06:19 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
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