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Subject: Re: Seamaster Commander Sliding Window

Steve Harrison
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Date Posted: 09:34:23 09/07/2007 Mon
In reply to: R Buswell 's message, "Seamaster Commander Sliding Window" on 21:40:36 06/07/2007 Fri

>Hi, assuming it's just the glass that you've broken, make a template from cardboard and take it to your local glass merchant. Measure the thickness, 3mm, 4mm or whatever and ask for toughened glass. They will cut it from standard glass and send it away for toughening. It usually takes about a week. Only know this because I've just made complete new windscreens for my boat.


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