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You can now find most aftermarket clips and mouldings at your local AG distributors. I recommend Precision brand myself. You no longer need to glue side mouldings and cowls back to the body. The products are available that will allow you to return the vehicle's glass systems to the correct way it was manufactured. I understand that you are pressed for time when you are on your 18th solo windshield of the day, but im tired of paying my techs to fix the mess you leave behind. Please respect your customers enough to do a better job. Its bad enough you use that thin crap they call autoglass, at least take the time to put in correctly. That is all
Very well put but you forgot to mention that foam core butyl is available for the modular bolt in glass and is cheaper than urethane, ever try to get a 97-up f150 backglass out that some idiot primed and urethaned in