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Windsheld removel how to take mouldings of to change the windshield

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  • gmitch50 Aug 09, 2008

    Need to replace my windshield, are these glued in? '83 300sd

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Na they not glued in how ever there is a art to taking them out better off letting a glass place doing it if you not sure what you are doing. anglia4spd@gmail.com

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