[Healeys] 100 Windshield Assembly

Bob Spidell bspidell at comcast.net
Thu May 25 23:07:05 MDT 2017

( anyone need a brand new XXX windshield with just a small chip in the corner ) ?


Found a good source for bolts and screws: https://www.boltdepot.com/

Easy-to-use website, good support--they pulled my order right before 
shipping so I could add some more items--and fast shipping.  Not 
original Posidrive, but you won't find some of the sizes and lengths our 
cars need at the local Lowe's or Home Depot.  I'm using stainless for 
almost all replacements these days.



On 5/25/2017 7:24 PM, ROBERT A WESTCOTT wrote:
> HI Mike,
> Check the length of the screws for the corner bracket.  I used new ones on my BN1 windshield and cracked one corner.
> Had to get a new piece of glass and used my old, original screws and it worked fine.
> Some people use silicone spray, some use water with a bit of dishwashing soap for lubrication.
> Rob
> ( anyone need a brand new XXX windshield with just a small chip in the corner ) ?
>> On May 25, 2017, at 6:29 PM, Michael MacLean <rrengineer.mike at att.net> wrote:
>> Thanks Bob.  I have the glazing rubber from Moss, but I seem to remember a problem a while ago about the rubber being too thick I hope not.  The only other question I might have is, did you use a rubber mallet? Do you need some kind of lubrication?  It looks to be a tight fit. Once it is on, I won't be able to move laterally if it's too far to the right or left.  Sounds like you have to get ot right the first time.
>> Mike
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