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venture vans

Do any of you set chev venture vans windshields by yourself,how do you do it?

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Grow 3 feet.

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Might need 3 legs first ha ha. I don't do 1 man sets anymore but I'm gettin as old as dirt!!!!Get a good wife or a few good girl friends! or heck, maybe ya need both!!

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Anyone who sets a Venture winshield alone should have his toolbox ripped away from him. Then it should be run over by a steam roller

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I have heard of some local guys doing this and I guess they say they go in with no problem,sliding,off setting,chiping.They seem to be very high quality and have a good rep.I just think this must be physicaly impossible,Or safe.

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back when i worked for companies that forced me to i did, now i don't, used to do it off a stool with 2 cups and 3 of those extended setting blocks made for chyrsler minivans. in the last two months i have redone 2 program vans, rentals, that were done at the auction in denver i don't know who did them but they were slid at least two inches on the bottom.

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