Sunday, Sep 11, 2005 at 14:15
Ouch! we went to the Corner last year and there was a landcruiser with the same CT as us (stone guard on wrong), and actualy from our suberb.. with his back window bleep tered. It made us realise we were just lucky, and that if it did happen we'd be in the same boat as you were, which is why I whacked on the plastic.
On a recent trip my daughter dropped a log onto my rear side window and when I had it replaced the window guy gave me the prices of the rear windows, which were hideously expensive, i'd hate to pay for them to be shipped interstate.
I had a look at that site with the rear protection, it's pretty well what I did. I used non stick velcro all around the window tho, and used the clear liquid nails to stick it on. I don't want it flying off at 100 k's on the freeway. I notice he has rubber stops to keep it off the window, I had used a couple of sticky velcro squares in the centre to do the same thing.
I also drilled a tiny hole in each corner of the plastic on about a 45 degree angle facing down to let condensation out, with the rain we have been having they were getting a couple of foggy spots in the corners, so that lets them vent.
The Perspex place is in Stephenson rd in Seaford. Pioneer plastics at #6, phone 9775 0203 I think!! there are a couple there, and I usualy just drive up. if you are heading to Dandenong its on the right side, Its not the plastics place on the corner, but the one next door set further back, it has a big sign saying Perspex cut to size.
It is Tuffpack atoglass if thats any help.