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05-05-2014 03:15 PM
cnynctry Glass replacement added on to your car insurance. No deductible. I'm lucky, in Arizona is's free and added automatically. Has to be a crack anywhere at least 6" long or a chip in the glass in front of the driver. I get a new windshields every couple of years on all my vehicles. Around here the glass guys come to your home or business and change them Some of them will even give you a check for $50 or $100.
05-05-2014 11:39 AM
Godholio
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Originally Posted by mxr4ti23 View Post
What about bugflectors? Do they work?
Only for rocks that are passing through the 2 inch area blocked by the bug deflectors. You'd basically have to be within about 8 feet of the car/truck in front for that to be reliable.
05-03-2014 09:41 PM
FZY1 I think there is a 3M film that works, but I don't know it off the top of my head.
05-03-2014 08:19 PM
Jeffcs
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Originally Posted by ocd_dave View Post
I really want to believe so, but the rocks I seen coming at me are at almost bullet speed. The best way to protect the windshield is to petition your local government to end salting and sanding the roads for the BMW's who need to do 100mph to work in all weather conditions. I say force people to outfit their cars with proper tires for weather conditions, or fine them. Doing so will save our cars, bridges, roads, environment, your health, etc.
I could not agree more I just drive by when they end up in a ditch standing by scratching there head in wonderment

Now for the rocks don't drive close behind any thing
Or your nice new glass could end up
05-03-2014 08:07 PM
barefootcowboy The best way to avoid cracks and chips in your windshield is use common sense, don't tailgate gravel hauling dump trucks, or just leave it in the driveway and drive the mini van.
05-03-2014 07:22 PM
Scott2373
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Originally Posted by Palehorse68 View Post
A good friend of mine highly recommended using this. I'm placing an order today because I literally just came from the dealership with a new 2014 Sahara "Altitude" in amped color...it's friggin sweet.

Amazon.com: Windshield Chips and Cracks a thing of the past? Bulletproof Windshield Protectant: Automotive
I call BS on this one...it's a fluid. If it were a film, I could see how it works, but a what is a fluid going to do?
05-03-2014 03:18 PM
Palehorse68 A good friend of mine highly recommended using this. I'm placing an order today because I literally just came from the dealership with a new 2014 Sahara "Altitude" in amped color...it's friggin sweet.

Amazon.com: Windshield Chips and Cracks a thing of the past? Bulletproof Windshield Protectant: Automotive
05-03-2014 08:08 AM
ocd_dave
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Originally Posted by mxr4ti23 View Post
What about bugflectors? Do they work?
I really want to believe so, but the rocks I seen coming at me are at almost bullet speed. The best way to protect the windshield is to petition your local government to end salting and sanding the roads for the BMW's who need to do 100mph to work in all weather conditions. I say force people to outfit their cars with proper tires for weather conditions, or fine them. Doing so will save our cars, bridges, roads, environment, your health, etc.
05-03-2014 06:24 AM
CorvusCorax
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Originally Posted by mxr4ti23 View Post
What about bugflectors? Do they work?
From what I've read on here not really.
05-03-2014 03:21 AM
mxr4ti23 What about bugflectors? Do they work?
05-03-2014 02:06 AM
machz Always drive in reverse.
05-03-2014 01:53 AM
spinlock Don't drive behind trucks particularly semis.
05-02-2014 06:38 PM
SHADYDC
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Originally Posted by CorvusCorax View Post
Park it in a garage.
funny, but i would have to agree, not much we can do. what ever hits it is gonna hit itrpetty square on. not aerodanamics to help things roll off

2 cracks and a chunk taken out of my TJ in less than a year, havent fixed the chunk (if it even can be fixed)
05-02-2014 06:28 PM
spike66s Lol
05-02-2014 06:27 PM
CorvusCorax Park it in a garage.
05-02-2014 06:19 PM
spike66s
Windsheild

What's the best way to protect windsheild from chips ?

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