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    1000+ Posts Pug_405_Mi16's Avatar
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    Hello All,

    Are these bonded in like the front screen or a dry seal like on the older cars? I am needing to remove the rear screen from my Mi16 project and am wondering the best way to tackle it, having done plenty of 505's in the past!

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    Ben

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    From memory it's bonded but does have a rubber surround mainly for the metal embellishment strip. If you break the glass I have a spare in Melb you can have.

    You'll need one of these though-

    https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/.../SPO84864.html
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    Have used rusty mig wire with two screw drivers as handles ,watch you dont damage the paint work whatever you use .pugs ,ps make a small hole in the glue ,feed the wire through rap it round a screwdriver handle or dowel .someone inside /someone outside ,start sawing ,pays to wedge a little as you go so it dousnt stick back together ,

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