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PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 9:37 pm    Post subject: Windscreen Reply with quote

Has anybody installed the windscreen with screws only so that it is easily removeable?

Just thought it would be so much easier to access behind the instrument panel if the windscreen could be removed but how often do you have to do that

Your thoughts would be appreciated

Thanks

Mike



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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 3:35 am    Post subject: Windscreen Reply with quote

Mike
I bonded all of my windows in but I seem to remember seeing one that used the screws and a frame. Try checking out the completions photos on my web page and it might give you a name or clue.
Sounds like you are making progress and hope it’s going well.

Bob Reed
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Has anybody installed the windscreen with screws only so that it is easily removeable?

Just thought it would be so much easier to access behind the instrument panel if the windscreen could be removed but how often do you have to do that

Your thoughts would be appreciated

Thanks

Mike



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mike(at)vision499.com (ike(at)vision499.com)
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Mike cell: +1 250-885-0554
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:56 am    Post subject: Windscreen Reply with quote

It was John Petrie from South Africa that used the screws if I recall correctly.
Bill

From: Robert Reed (robertr237(at)att.net)
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Mike

I bonded all of my windows in but I seem to remember seeing one that used the screws and a frame. Try checking out the completions photos on my web page and it might give you a name or clue.

Sounds like you are making progress and hope it’s going well.

Bob Reed
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On Sep 11, 2018, at 12:35 AM, <mike(at)vision499.com (mike(at)vision499.com)> <mike(at)vision499.com (mike(at)vision499.com)> wrote:
Quote:

Has anybody installed the windscreen with screws only so that it is easily removeable?

Just thought it would be so much easier to access behind the instrument panel if the windscreen could be removed but how often do you have to do that

Your thoughts would be appreciated

Thanks

Mike



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Mike cell: +1 250-885-0554
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 9:39 am    Post subject: Windscreen Reply with quote

Both of my TR1's and one of my TR4's had screwed in windshields. The screws do not go through holes in the windshield, only through a frame that holds it in. I highly do not recommend this and think it is a major safety issue. Much of the strength of the windshield is dependent on the bending load becoming a tension load and this does not happen if the windshield is only lightly clamped by a frame. If the windshield is bonded to a strong frame and then this is screwed in it may be safe.

Mark K

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Subject: Re: Windscreen
To: kis-list(at)matronics.com
Date: Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 9:55 AM


It was John Petrie from South Africa that used the
screws if I recall
correctly.
Bill


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Windscreen
 

Mike
 
I bonded all of my windows in but I seem to remember
seeing one that used
the screws and a frame.  Try checking out the completions
photos on my web
page and it might give you a name or clue.
 
Sounds like you are making progress and hope it’s
going well.

 

Bob ReedSent from my iPhone

On Sep 11, 2018, at 12:35 AM, <mike(at)vision499.com>
<mike(at)vision499.com>
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Has anybody installed
the windscreen with screws only so
that it is easily removeable?
 
Just thought it would be
so much easier to access behind
the instrument panel if the windscreen could be removed
but how often do you
have to do that
 
Your thoughts would be
appreciated
 
Thanks
 
Mike
 
 
 
Mike
Pienaar
mike(at)vision499.com
Home:
+1 250-999-8121
Mike
cell: +1 250-885-0554
1-1100
Tulip Ave, Victoria, BC, V8Z 0A2
 


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