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I got ya. You could find folks who could get the windshields but the price is high. I hear that. Everything just keeps going up.

There was a Barth owner who needed his windshield reset. He got new seals and had it done. This was in the last 6 months. $480 labor. That is not including the seals. 480 labor + 850 to get the glass to you. $1330. What did your glass guy give you for a quote to put it in?

Not a job I’d handle myself. I broke the glass just laying it down on the grass out of my 72.

Good luck on your quest!

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I had several quotes for install only. One was the glass guy my Boss uses on all his fleet cars and he said he would do it for 145.00 Had one other shop that works on Rvs only said they would do it for 240.00 and thats with new seals. So the labor is cheaper around here. I still have sticker shock I think.
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