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Old 01-01-2010, 02:47 PM   #15
gschotland
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Originally Posted by reidmav
New problem now though, torn back window, i used a knife to make a cut 2 inches from the edge so that i had something to attach any new temporary repair too but its horrible looking.

Any ideas?
It's quite possible to sew in a new rear window. I had it on my car because the top was the still in good shape, but the window had cracked like so many do. Cost was ~$500 here in NJ; some people have had it done for as little as $300. A great alternative to a new top that would likely be 3-4x the cost, provided you have to pay someone to do the job for you, like I did.

Do a search for "cracked rear window".
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