Replacing windscreen

tien1207

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Hi Guys, my windscreen cracked about a size of one cent coin. Planning to do the replacement of the $100 at those authorized workshop by the insurance. But concerning after changing might face problems of air sound or leakage. so wondering anyone does the replacing before? or should i just for for repairing rather than replacing the whole windscreen. need some advise.
 
Re: Replacing windscreen

tien1207;1049470 said:
Hi Guys, my windscreen cracked about a size of one cent coin. Planning to do the replacement of the $100 at those authorized workshop by the insurance. But concerning after changing might face problems of air sound or leakage. so wondering anyone does the replacing before? or should i just for for repairing rather than replacing the whole windscreen. need some advise.

i changed mine.....so far so good....












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i changed mine .... new screen is awesome
but make sure the workshop got the skill to do it
not anyhow workshop just for the business
 
Re: Replacing windscreen

U may want to ask him to repair for u.
So more he comes to u. Cost is half of winscreen replacement.

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Re: Replacing windscreen

It show how old meek is ....
Ops next time I gotta watch out for white x1 when on the road
 
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Jason8822;1049684 said:
It show how old meek is ....
Ops next time I gotta watch out for white x1 when on the road

You mean how young... cos i really never see 1 cent coin before...
 
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On one end, uncle call you jie jie. On the end..... the 1 cent coin still in circulation right. You have to draw the conclusion yourself while I go take cover
 
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No worries. You shud be afraid of x1s... white ones are nasty.
 
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Generally the standard workmanship of the windscreen appointed workshop in Singapore good, never encountered any problem so far of 3x replacement.
But recently, my insurance Aviva offered a deal as follow,
Do not need to pay SGD 100 claim fee.
Cash refund of SGD 50.00 should I opted to do the service of the crack, means still have SGD 50.00 into the pocket.
Additionally, does not need to paste V-kool new layer of film on the new windscreen as it is only serviced.
The crack lines disappear but there is still small dot/hole(0.3mm) on the screen, not so visible, as I drive the car high speed on the North - South Malaysia rather ofter, stone chips are common.
 
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esis311;1049832 said:
Generally the standard workmanship of the windscreen appointed workshop in Singapore good, never encountered any problem so far of 3x replacement.
But recently, my insurance Aviva offered a deal as follow,
Do not need to pay SGD 100 claim fee.
Cash refund of SGD 50.00 should I opted to do the service of the crack, means still have SGD 50.00 into the pocket.
Additionally, does not need to paste V-kool new layer of film on the new windscreen as it is only serviced.
The crack lines disappear but there is still small dot/hole(0.3mm) on the screen, not so visible, as I drive the car high speed on the North - South Malaysia rather ofter, stone chips are common.

ok. thanks for the advise
 
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