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    Rear Window Replacement Recomendations?

    Is the best solution out there OEM or is there a better solution aftermarket?

    The archives seem to indicate that the OEM is the easiest to install given the zipper, but I wonder if in terms of quality, anything has changed in the aftermarket.

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    OEM + suggestions

    My suggestions:

    -Buy OEM (best fit, no green tint, you know works)
    -Buy the window cover for when you put the top down
    -Buy a car cover

    -Replace this window one time
    -Use the padded cover every time you lower the top
    -Cover the car every day at work or when parked outside a garage

    It will be 12 years now with my original top and window.
    Still looks pretty darn new like.

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    Re: Rear Window Replacement Recomendations?

    Found a genuine replacement rear window from ocmotorsports in Orange County California. They have an ebay store i purchased from and got it within a week.

    Took about 2 hours to install, doing it carefully with another person. It comes with all the items you need to install. Cost $200. I highly recommend it.

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