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Old 03-26-2010, 10:02 PM
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does ne one have any idea how to stop rear glass hinges on my explorer from breaking/ stripping, im on my third set and one just broke

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secure it with foam that is sticky on both sides? you dont really need to open your glass if you can open the hatch rite?
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are you breaking the actual hinges on the top of the hatch or the window hinges?

i bent the hinges on the top of my hatch and actually ripped the mounts off the top of the hatch, but i've never broke the actual window mounts.. and i was doing well into 152's on music.

take a picture of broken ones for me?
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theres a hole in the glass and theres a screw that screws into the hinge that pinches the glass, i keep stripping the screws out over time. i tried loc-tite and it worked for about 6 months and it stripped back out today.
at 1:55 in the vid i can see the abuse they take
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secure it with foam that is sticky on both sides? you dont really need to open your glass if you can open the hatch rite?
i dont open either. i shot expanding foam in it and it lock up the latches
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theres a hole in the glass and theres a screw that screws into the hinge that pinches the glass, i keep stripping the screws out over time. i tried loc-tite and it worked for about 6 months and it stripped back out today.
at 1:55 in the vid i can see the abuse they take
get some serious 2 part epoxy and put that in the screw hole.. wont come out but it won't be able to strip out either.

have you adjusted your bottom latch at all?
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I had this same problem in my sploder. I got roofing foam and lined the edges of the glass so it didn't , then like the guy said above I squirted the dual activation epoxy stuff in the screw holes and screwed them in.
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wow i guess i was right about youve been beating on that door for a while lol. i knew it seemed more fuhkd up than usual
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wow i guess i was right about youve been beating on that door for a while lol. i knew it seemed more fuhkd up than usual
huh? who is this?
ill take some pics of the stress points where its tearing the sheet metal
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get some serious 2 part epoxy and put that in the screw hole.. wont come out but it won't be able to strip out either.

have you adjusted your bottom latch at all?
no problems with the bottom latch just the hinges
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