[tcb] Re: Windscreen Replacement

wow, that sounds like something I have done twice.  I have never tried to 
install one in the bus since then.
   
  Brent

Ronnie Hughes <y4s6wd5@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
  I tried to install new rubber and the old windshield in Sparky and had in 
98% in then had to smack it once to get it just right and boom. Next day 
Autoglass Installers came and replaced the broken glass, used my seal and a 
new tinted windshield for about $230.

Ronnie

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dan Martin" 
To: 
Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 1:26 PM
Subject: [tcb] Re: Windscreen Replacement


>I did all the rest of the windows myself.
> I would do the rest of them again, if I had to.
> I will never try a windshield again.
>
>
> Denis has the hook up on splitty door seals.........
>
> On Nov 29, 2005, at 12:30 PM, Neil McGlothin wrote:
>
>> Oops! Sorry to bring up bad memories! I need to
>> replace the window and seal in my 69 as well as the
>> seals in the 58...I WANT to do it myself, BUT, I can
>> already hear the voice in my ear, too...YOU SHOULD
>> HAVE HAD IT DONE BY A PRO!
>> Yeah, Elizabeth seems sweet, but you ought to see her
>> kickin' my butt!!!
>>
>> --- Dan Martin wrote:
>>
>>> That is mean Neil.
>>> It was me.
>>> I installed one in my rusty bus with the help of my
>>> brother and the
>>> guy next door.
>>> I tried to install the new one in Homer and Katrina
>>> and I broke it.
>>> It was actually very easy to break.
>>> The pro did the job in ten minutes and charged me
>>> 40.00. I still
>>> think it was worth the money.
>>> They have all the right tools and if they break it
>>> they have to buy
>>> one to replace it. I got the glass from ASK here in
>>> Houston.
>>> I got the seal from Bus Depot.
>>> Thanks Neil for reminding me of the whole thing, Now
>>> I will be
>>> hearing Katrina's voice in my head all day saying"
>>> you gonna have
>>> done in time for the classic".
>>>
>>> On Nov 29, 2005, at 10:21 AM, Neil McGlothin wrote:
>>>
>>>> Thanks Lonnie, I'll pass that along to Tom!
>>>>
>>>> --- Lonnie Bergman 
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> I got the windshield for Susie from an auto glass
>>>>> shop on the west side of
>>>>> F. W. two years ago. $120 and put it in myself.
>>> They
>>>>> wanted $180 installed.
>>>>> I'm sure the price has gone up some since then. I
>>>>> will look up their name &
>>>>> number if you want. Most auto glass shops should
>>> be
>>>>> able to do it for you.
>>>>>
>>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>>> From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>>> [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
>>>>> Of Neil McGlothin
>>>>> Sent: Monday, November 28, 2005 11:24 PM
>>>>> To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>>> Subject: [tcb] Windscreen Replacement
>>>>>
>>>>> Tom, one of the Aircoolers, is needing a
>>> windscreen
>>>>> replacement on his late bay bus...
>>>>> It seems like someone on the TCB had a glass
>>> company
>>>>> do theirs (after breakin' one)...+
>>>>> Anyone remember who it was and how much it
>>> cost???
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
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