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Old 05-15-2017, 06:38 PM   #1
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I have a 1990 Dodge Xplorer and need to replace the small bathroom window. This type window cracks out. I don't need the complete window frame just the window itself. Does anyone know where to find these windows?
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Old 05-15-2017, 08:05 PM   #2
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If you get stuck, look at a piece of acylic/lexan/ploycarbonate cut to size/shape.



Most cities will have a supplier.

or if handy home depot and cut to size with a jigsaw or dremel/rotozip

flat panels are easy compared to something with a curve

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A window glass company should be able to make you a replacement. They will use tempered glass, possibly tinted to match.
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Tempered glass would need to be ordered, delivery time is typically a few weeks. So while you're waiting you could throw some plexi in there for a temporary window.

You could use plate glass, but it's quite dangerous if it breaks. If you're going to use plate glass then I suggest tinting it first, so if it breaks the tint will hold it together.
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Here is a better picture. I am looking for the inner window. It slide into the window frame.
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Here is a better picture. I am looking for the inner window. It slide into the window frame.
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