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Diy Cordless Windshield Removal Tool


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Edited by tomrspears, 02 May 2009 - 04:51 AM.

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Very similar the actualy "gun" we have at work for removing windshields...
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2000 Pontiac Grand Prix - Ported Eaton M90 S/C, 3.5" pulley, XS Power Headers, 1.9 Rockers, FWI, Poly Motor Mounts, Custom Tune.
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we have the equalizer, basically that blade in a corded sawzall ...we also have this electromagnetic machine that takes windows out cleanly

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we have the equalizer, basically that blade in a corded sawzall ...we also have this electromagnetic machine that takes windows out cleanly


Equalizer(its red right?)! yes that is what we have. We just started doing windshield replacements about a month ago, I guess the car audio shops gotta make money some how... There is only one of us installers that is actually doing it/trained in it though.

Edited by Shyne151, 27 April 2009 - 11:18 AM.

-Installer for Duke's Car Stereo

2000 Pontiac Grand Prix - Ported Eaton M90 S/C, 3.5" pulley, XS Power Headers, 1.9 Rockers, FWI, Poly Motor Mounts, Custom Tune.
RF T1000-1bdCP and T400-4
Boston Acoustics SPG 555
Kenwood eXcelon 995
RF Punch 6.5" components and MB Quart Premium 6x9"s
Powermaster Alternator, YellowTop D34, Vmax CT1000

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we use it for windshields, mouldings and those panels on back of explorers and mountaineers that crack

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i edited the thread so u can see better pics now.
01 s10 blazer 6 jl12w6's



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