So the very first thing I did after pulling it in the garage (and having to pull my fourwheeler out in the snowstorm to make room, thank goodness for covers) was to remove the rear window. I didn't want to risk breaking this so I put it somewhere safe until I need it again. Four bolts later-
Okay so its time to make the first cut, And I'll be honest. its about half as thick of fiberglass as I was expecting, so I will have oodles and oodles of left over glass/resin. Can you say sweet awesome subwoofer box? Killer custom fiberglass hood? maybe even a custom Summer hard-top with no sides or back? seriously, I have lots.
So here is the first cut. I first cut along the top side of the glass, and then taped it with masking tape to ensure that the window wouldn't fall backwards and shatter when I cut the rest of the way around because I want to be able to resell these windows.
So I wanted to make sure I could get these windows out without breaking them, and to not spend a long time doing it. So I just chose to cut around the outside edge of the window, about 1/4" away. (just along the edge of the rubber weatherstripping) and this left an about 1/2'' wide by 1/4" thick strip of fiberglass around each window which will be really easy to remove without breaking the window, in order to resell it.
And the other side cut, now both sides are out and my top is windowless. No turning back now!
Don't worry there is a lot more. This is about how far I made it last time when the comp froze.