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Last week a guy put a load in my '06 Sierra 1500 longbed, and he pushed the load forward using his forklift, so it broke my back window. I found a good used replacement glass for $60, from www.lkqcorp.com, (they're nation wide) and got started. First, you need safety glasses. Here's a pic of my broken window:
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I did the glass the same way, then cleaned everything with Windex and paper towels. To install the "new" glass, I went to Checker, which is being bought out by O'Reilley's and bought this stuff:
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I couldn't get a pic of myself doing the next step, but one average person can do it without any help. Here's a pic of the glass installed, the next shows a side wiew, it's really flush like it should be, and then the last pic shows the last step, how to prevent a repeat:
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hmmm.... does that stuff dry hard? I thought you needed urethane to glue the glass in place. Nice write up. Looks like they bent the lower edge of you cab too. Yup, LKQ has soem great deals.

Mr. 960
 
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