Windshield Repair

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Johnny Turner, Apr 6, 2017.

  1. Johnny Turner

    Johnny Turner New Member

    I have a crack in my windshield that's beginning to spread. Is there a way to repair it, or at least stop its progress?

    Thank you!
     
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  3. Jon

    Jon Administrator

    This is tough to do. You could probably try some sort of bondo adhesive, however I'm not sure that will work.

    Also, if you try to get the truck inspected (we have state inspection in VA), they will probably fail you and force you to get a new windshield.
     
  4. digger02

    digger02 New Member

    You may want to take it to windshield expert and see what they can recommend.
     
  5. Jon

    Jon Administrator

    Lots of times they will come to you...making it much more convenient.
     
  6. DeanMk

    DeanMk Member

    If the crack cuts across your field of vision, call your insurer and they will recommend a windshield repair place.
    Go there and have a new one installed.
    Insurance will pay for the whole thing because the law says they MUST when that condition exists.
    If its on the passenger side and looks like its spreading towards the drivers side, just let it spread until it cuts across your field of vision.


    Dean
     
  7. Jamey E

    Jamey E New Member

    Your only option is to replace it. Once its starts cracking there's no way to keep it from running. It only takes about 20min to replace your windshield & should be less than $200
     

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