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Old 08-24-2018, 07:43 AM   #396
M.H. Yount
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It's the masking around the rubber/paint line I wish I'd avoided. Figured, as is the case for almost all glass shops, they'd come to the car. So you drive to paint -- glass folks remove (or the paint shop does) and then new glass installed after paint. Paint shops deal with this all the time. But if your glass guy only works out of his shop....I understand it raises some logistical issues.

I'm in the middle of trying to secure wider windshield trim for the replacement flush-fit windshield for mine -- so when I put the new glass in it covers up the paint line. Unfortunately, the trim on the replacement glass is slightly smaller than the old style 240 trim.
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