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Join Date: Apr 2015
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I just replaced the back window in my 2002 Boxster. I picked up #138 polyester thread, .40 mil clear vinyl, UV 6800, and a Speedy Stitcher awl. I wasn't going to attempt taking the top off so I sewed the window in while it was still on the car. It took me a while, and lots of holes in my fingers from the awl, but I managed to sew in a new window! I used the same holes for the stitches from the original window. I think it may have cost around $85 for everything. One thing I would do differently is cut the new window larger than the old one. I used the old window as a pattern and this was not the best route. If I can do it, anyone can.
Old 04-12-2015, 07:27 PM
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