Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Denton County, TX
Well, I may can help here also. I happen to be a Firefighter. Cutting windshields out, is also a piece of cake, but it can be a little messy. If you have a good place to work (driveway concrete), cover your inside with a blue tarp. Also cover you hood with a blue tarp. Start with a small hole, punch through your glass near one edge, about a inch or so off, a screwdriver can do this. Then using a "saws-all" or even a jig saw, you can cut around the perimeter of the glass. It does not realy cut but just rips or tears its way through the glass. You will be surprised how fast it wil go, 5-6 minutes and you are done. The main sheet of glass will stay together. Cut from the outside and lay the sheet on your hood when done.
The you can pull the remaining glass and gasket from the frame. Wear gloves and eyewear during the entire process.
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