Mustang Windshield Install 1965-1968
http://www.cjponyparts.com/windshield-tinted-reproduction-1965-1968/p/WSH2- V/ A common request from our viewers is how to properly install a windshield on an early model Mustang. This is a rather involved process that can be both tricky and time consuming. In this video Bill shows you the basics for a windshield installation on a 1968 Mustang Fastback. This installation will be helpful if your replacing your entire windshield, your headliner, windshield moldings or your windshield weatherstrip. If you are attempting to install your windshield and/or rear window you will need about 3 cans of window sealant: http://www.cjponyparts.com/windshield-window-sealant-tube/p/ADWT/ Strip Caulk: http://www.cjponyparts.com/flexible-strip-caulk-fuel-tank-seal-98-/p/EW3105 0/ And about 14 feet of rope. For more Windshield parts available at CJ Pony Parts check out:http://www.cjponyparts.com/Mustang-windshields/c/60020044/
Episode 13 Season 2 Part 1 of 2 Replacing a gasketed windshield Autorestomod
http://www.autorestomod.com Rate Comment and Subscribe! In this video: http://nationalpartsdepot.com http://www.summitracing.com Replacing a gasketed windshield. Our 1967 Mustang gets new NPD glass and some Summit glazing compound. Booyah!
How A Windshield is Removed and Installed ( One way anyways )
Ever wonder how it gets done?.. well.. Here's how, Thanks Phil From P&A Auto Glass.. NOTE: Due to the Conflicting comments on youtube on " how its supposed to be done" Im putting a note here saying that I am not a Professional Glass Installer. I do NOT specialize in thise Field. I took it upon myself to ask for Permission from this glass Installer to Video Record his Process. I am Neutral on this Method and I do not have the Experience or know how on the " proper way" to install the windshield. Im soley going off the Information Given to me by this Professional Installer. This Video is For entertainment purposes, and to show the world and my Subscribers how a Installer out in the Field removes a Windshield. As far as this being " the Proper way" I dont know. I am not a Glass Installer. All I can say is the Job was a success, He was never called back as far as I know for a warranty repair. ENJOY THE VIDEO, YOUR COMMENTS and INPUT ARE WELCOME.