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So...had a little incident the other night which resulted in a bat being thrown into my driver side rear window (on the hardtop). :cry

Question is, how hard is this window to replace? btw, the seal appears to be free of damage. Is this an easy fix or should I call the glass repair folk?:toothless
 

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They pop in and out really easy. find a new piece of glass from the junk yard and put it in. Its just a compression fit with the seal.
Sweet! Thanks for the info! Now....if only my local yards had one....:tinfoil
 

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just did one not too long ago, be sure to use some spray silicone makes it cake
 

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yo
This is what Steve83 did to remove old side window for a slider install
http://www.supermotors.net/registry/2742/12740

For a YARD SEARCH on-line, I use;
http://www.mypartshop.com
Select ALL PARTS - then year, etc, then FORD TRUCK
Then Quarter Glass
Found boo-koo hits, Fresno, etc.
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BRONCO Quarter Glass
COL 190 002088
310226 0.0 Call 61 Call Specialized Parts Planet Inc.
209-466-2031


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BRONCO Quarter Glass
2DR TIN 77 TW0164
994 0.0 $150.00 55 Call Bauer's Auto Wrecking
559-233-9046
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BRONCO Quarter Glass
0 T-5834
162817 0.0 Call 60 Call Turners Auto Wrecking Inc.
559-237-0918
 

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yo, This didn't make it in;
Camper Top Swap 66-77, 78-79, 80-91, 92-96; "...78-79 - fiberglass with integral steel roll bar inside rear lip; sliding or fixed side windows;
80-91 - fiberglass with integral steel roll bar inside rear lip; sliding (up to 83) or fixed side windows;
92-96 - fiberglass with integral steel roll bar inside rear lip attached to mounting plate & alignment pin; fixed side windows; The only groups that you can interchange are 80-96 with some modifications.
80-83 sliding side windows directly fit 80-96 shells.
78-91 Broncos use 4 short bolts (8mm head, 6x1.00x40mm) on each bedrail & 5 long bolts (8mm head, 6x1.00x70mm) in the upper sections. All bolts thread into U-nuts, except the 2 upper corners & the 2 rear corners which use captive nut plates. The bedrail bolts each use a clip stamped "L" or "R", but the rearmost bolts use the opposite clip. The clips for the B-pillar bolts are not marked, but the smaller tab goes down.
92-96 Broncos use 5 short bolts (tamper T-40 head, 8x1.25x30mm) on each bedrail & 5 long bolts (tamper T-40 head, 8x1.25x60mm) in the upper sections. All bolts thread into U-nuts, except the 2 upper corners & the 4 rear corners which use captive nut plates. The bedrail bolts each use a clip stamped "L" or "R", except the rearmost bolts. The clips for the B-pillar bolts are not marked, but the smaller tab goes down. There are also nut plates in 4 of the camper shell bolt holes: the 2 rearmost, and the 2 outboard at the top of the cab. They're just a heavy plate (1/4"?) with a threaded hole...."; miesk5 NOTE; 92-96 have rear seat shoulder belt mounting points & 3rd brake lights
Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at Ford Bronco Zone Forums
 

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i wish you were closer, i have glass for a top just sittin in the garage.....i need to get rid of it
 

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i wish you were closer, i have glass for a top just sittin in the garage.....i need to get rid of it
That would be nice! But yeah....I am stuck here on the left coast....damnit!!

** I found quarter glass at a nearby yard for $75. The dude that broke it is giving me about $250 (per quote from safelite autoglass). Yay for leftover change!:rockon

Thanks for all the help guys!
 
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