Post by supermerle on Dec 14, 2012 11:37:50 GMT -5
Seems I read somewhere in a thread about removing the angle from inside to get the glass out when its broke? I've searched but have had no luck in finding that old post? If anybody can help that would be great. Here is a few pic's to show what I'm looking to remove and fix?
Post by schweetcruisers on Dec 14, 2012 12:03:16 GMT -5
Use something really thin, like a putty knife. DO THE SIDES FIRST THEN THE BOTTOM AND TOP. Place the putty knife against the glass, about the middle of the window. Carefully work the knife under the aluminum and pry up and out the trim will pop out as it is just held with friction.
Post by pathfinder3081 on Dec 14, 2012 14:02:31 GMT -5
Ross has some good info there, it helped me a few weeks back. I'm sorry but I can't tell what your frame looks like from the your pictures. Mmmm... I guess I have not seen that type before..I've been told it's alot easier to do all this when you have a broken glass of course. You can piece pull the glass out and get your trim pull started without the worry of cracking a good glass, just bending your good trim. Good luck
Thanks everybody that's what I was needing! Another question? Can you buy any of that window angle anywhere? Someone put plexiglass in my rear window then drilled holes with silicone to install the plexiglass :-( ? I'm going to install a A/C in this window and was going to try and fix it at the same time.
Last Edit: Dec 15, 2012 9:40:14 GMT -5 by supermerle