That's repairable. I had it done to my Marauder. They come out and inject a resin under pressure, which seals the break and fills it in. You can still see it, (it's lots better cosmetically, though), and usually they warranty it such that if it runs or grows, they'll replace the windshield. My insurance company paid for this no deductible. Worth it, even if you just want to keep it from cracking over and running until you replace the windshield. Most of these repair companies charge the insurance company $50 for the repair, but non-insurance rates are like $30. When they came to my workplace to do mine, two other co-workers had the guy repair chips for them as well.C1Trob said:First good size rock off of the rear chute of a dump truck, two lanes removed, and at least 20 car lengths back. :mad
Well maybe with all these velcroed pieces, at one of the get togethers we could trade pieces and make our own 2 toned trucks :jesterJimGnitecki said:I guess the earlier postings by others about losing the cosmetic body-colored windshield pillar covers weren' kidding - They are only velcroed on??? THREE SMALL pieces of velcro, it looks like???
This has the potential for real excitement at, say, 130 mph, or say 160 mph if you get speed rated tires and defeat the speed limiter.