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Old 08-11-2011, 06:55 AM   #1
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I've had a dozen cars since I started driving...only 2 times have I had to repair/replace windshields...both were on the mustang's i've owned. I swear they attract rocks!

At least this time the chip is repairable so I don't have to go out and get a new Roush sticker for the top.
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I've had a dozen cars since I started driving...only 2 times have I had to repair/replace windshields...both were on the mustang's i've owned. I swear they attract rocks!

At least this time the chip is repairable so I don't have to go out and get a new Roush sticker for the top.
Don't ever buy a Wrangler if you don't like replacing windshields, particularly the models up to the current JK platform; almost straight up and flat as a board. They are rock catchers, lol.

My Mustang got it's first rock to the windshield when it was only a week old, but luckily the damage was small enough to repair, and it's almost invisible.
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Yeah they just finished the repair...almost invisible but can still see a small mark which will drive me insane
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Yeah they just finished the repair...almost invisible but can still see a small mark which will drive me insane
I was actually amazed at the repair; I expected a noticeable clump of epoxy, and was going to just replace the windshield a week later, but it ended ip cleaning up so good, it almost looks like a speck of dust.
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Re: Windshields...

My choice is what I choose to do, and if I'm causing no harm it should not bother you.Your choice is who you choose to be, and if your causing no harm then your alright with me.
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My choice is what I choose to do, and if I'm causing no harm it should not bother you.Your choice is who you choose to be, and if your causing no harm then your alright with me.
Huh?
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Re: Windshields...

That stinks knock on wood I've never had to do that in any of my cars.
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Huh?
X2, lol. I think he may have replied to the wrong thread on accident. That, or his windshield was cracked from the inside..
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Re: Windshields...

Never had to replace one on a Mustang. The Focus currently has a crack all the way across it, I'll get to replacing it at a later date.

The poster above is just a ****** troll, ignore and they'll go away.
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