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Windshield replacement recommendation

Discussion in 'Puget Sound Chapter' started by ronkirkland, Apr 13, 2018.

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    ronkirkland

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    I need to replace my 2002 E39 windshield. Any recommendations in the Seattle area?
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    MGarrison

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    Best bet for local recommendations would be through your chapter's website contacts, message forums if they have them, and/or social media. Some chapters have Facebook pages, others do groups - groups are more interactive since they're geared towards members seeing & posting responses. A page, anyone following the page may have to look at individual page posts on their own initiative vs. them being posted and notified to group members.

    There's probably a lot of aftermarket sources for glass - I'm guessing BMW O.E. would be both the most expensive and the highest quality replacement, although I'd expect others to work just as well, at least generally speaking.
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    floydarogers

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    Eastside Mobile Auto Glass has always done a great job for me. They do Pilkington and Sekurit, which are BMW OEM. They work with your insurance, even call the insurance co. to do the claim.

    http://www.eastsidemobileautoglass.com/
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    MGarrison

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    Or, Floyd ^^ :D (we actually have someone local to someone who's asking a question for a change!)
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    charlson89

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    Just a note Pilkington is who makes BMW's windshields for most of there cars.

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