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Re: cab window glass A4T 1600

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11-27-2012 19:45:34

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If you can't find in a parts yard, you'll have to take measurements to a "Industrial Glass" cutter & have it made. Should be laminated safety glass, with a tint in it. like many tractors & industrial equipment used.

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11-28-2012 10:20:20

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 Re: cab window glass A4T 1600 in reply to maj-mm, 11-27-2012 19:45:34  
The problem with having it cut is that both these windows have holes drilled for hinges so the price to have it cut and drilled goes thru the roof. If it was just safety glass with no holes its not that bad a price

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11-28-2012 10:32:12

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 Re: cab window glass A4T 1600 in reply to daled2, 11-28-2012 10:20:20  
Which cab do you have? the Crenlo (Factory Cab) in My A4T-1600 didn't have hinged windows, although I have seen some conversion kits.

You can Drill the glass yourself & save money. Takes a little practice, but not hard with proper bits. Same goes for cutting the glass. However, if you break the sheet, you buy another, if a glass cutter does, they replace the glass.

How bad are they quoting you? a few years ago, it was about $200 for a large Window & $75 for the corner windows when I did some checking, which isn't bad.

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