windshield removal

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gunipinzmutt
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windshield removal

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I'm not able to remove windshield
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Pinz: 710 m, 710 ms, 710 k, 712 m fla, 712 k, 716 m, 718 m san, 716 k, 718 rehinbraun
Haflinger: 700, 703
G: 250, 270, 400, 350
Unimog 406
M825, M151 A2, M416
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David Dunn
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Remove the bolts along the top, 2 on either side above the door frame and the ones on the lower tabs above the dash, and should come right out. I had mine off about 4 years back. Pretty straight forward on removal.

Dave Dunn
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gunipinzmutt
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Post by gunipinzmutt »

Thanks Dave,
but pls be more clear as my english is not so good: what do you exactly mean with "the ones on the lower tabs above the dash"?
I removed the top and then the 6 screw on the vertical holding brackets, 3 on left and 3 on right site of windshield frame (even if the lower one on each side seems useless).
The frame sways a bit if pushed forth but does not come out if pulled and I cannot find other screw/bolts.
Help!
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Gunipinzmutt
Pinz: 710 m, 710 ms, 710 k, 712 m fla, 712 k, 716 m, 718 m san, 716 k, 718 rehinbraun
Haflinger: 700, 703
G: 250, 270, 400, 350
Unimog 406
M825, M151 A2, M416
Fiat Panda 141A 4x4
Fresia F18
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David Dunn
United States of America
Posts: 2273
Joined: Wed Apr 14, 2004 7:08 pm
Location: Arcadia, CA

Post by David Dunn »

Gunipinzmutt
Send a email to me at dsd277@sbcglobal.net and I can send a pdf from the parts manual. Hopefully from the pdf it will be obvious how the frame is held on. There are only 2 bolts holding the frame at the bottom, and maybe the bottom rubber seal has melted a bit and is holding it all together.

Cheers
Dave Dunn
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The Trojan Horse... the 1st Pinz used to covertly carry troops into battle .




ATL Pinzgauer XM 718K TUM(HD) 6x6 FFR (aka The Green Grail)
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