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Old 02-10-2015, 12:21 PM   #1
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Lexan windows

Any one install lexan on a 2000 before? I'm interested in installing lexan on mine and i found pre shaped to fit windows on racecraft.com but they don't say anything about being drilled or tapped for bolts/rivets. I need better info on bolt spacing, and bolt type for these windows as I've never installed one myself. I will be replacing front and rear glass with lexan, and installing fiberglass doors with lexan windows pre installed to them.


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First, is your car a daily driver? Second, do you live anywhere it rains, snows, is sunny, is cold ect? If you answered yes to ANY of those don't get lexan windows. As far as answering your question I have no idea what the bolt spacing is or how it would be installed.


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It's a weekend strip car, always garaged in an air controlled garage. Never sees rain or snow since my ownership
Thanks for some feedback tho!


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I know lexan windows are a pain in the but to maintain. We use lexan windows in aviation. They need to be polished every couple months to see out of them. So I thought you might have wanted to rethink it, if it was a daily.


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Well I've owned a few cars with lexan before so maintenance isn't an issue, but yes they are sometimes a pain in the *** to buff any imperfections out. Thanks again!


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