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  • Mr B3
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Grand Villa Windscreens,
Hi all,
Im about to fit my new windscreens in my 89 Grand Villa,

Is there a video of this process some where so I know what I am doing before I start, On Here some where,  Youtube, Etc,

Last bloke that fitted my last windscreen cut a strip of the...

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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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Is a "Bloke" some kind of mechanical expert that works on things??  That windscreen wouldn't happen to be a bug screen would it??  Have a great day from up above!!  ----  Fritz

Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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Is a "Bloke" some kind of mechanical expert that works on things??  That windscreen wouldn't happen to be a bug screen would it??  Have a great day from up above!!  ----  Fritz
I believe he...

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  • wayne m
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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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MR B3
replace one side at a time. in other words don't have both sides without glass at the same time.

Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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Also, check that the front of dash to from FG nose has not separated.   If it has, repair that BEFORE installing new windshields. Several discussion on this here in the Foreforum.

  • John Haygarth
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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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Bloke is just another word for a person, usually male
JohnH

  • Mr B3
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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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Is a "Bloke" some kind of mechanical expert that works on things??  That windscreen wouldn't happen to be a bug screen would it??  Have a great day from up above!!  ----  Fritz

A Bloke is a man,...

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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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And you were the bloke that said he didn't need a translator .....huh ?

  • Mr B3
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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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And you were the bloke that said he didn't need a translator .....huh ?

I dont need a translator, But others do, Hahahahaha


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  • jor
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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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replace one side at a time.

When Foretravel did mine (300) they removed both and drove it down to the fiberglass shop that way. Fixed sidewall delamination. I was told that the sidewall delam contributes to the windshield problem as well as...

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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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That is why I re- sealed, glued  and rivited the caps back on.

  • Mr B3
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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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I thought Foretravel would have done a better job with your windscreen, Jor,

This is the stiffener I welded in to stop the windscreen moving sideways in the frame,
Stiffening up the cap,
The dash is all solid still, No rot in it any where,

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Re: Grand Villa Windscreens,
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Last bloke that fitted my last windscreen cut a strip of the top so he could get it in,
But I know now that that was the wrong thing to do.
Maybe he was a randy bloke and in a hurry to finish.

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