From: D Walford on
On 5/08/2010 3:42 PM, Trevor Wilson wrote:
> **I called O'Bwien wegarding. my cwacked windscreen. They informed me that
> wepair was not possible due to the size/location of the cwack. $398.00 for a
> new windscween. Any thoughts wegarding a lower cost option?

Call anyone other than O'Briens, unless glass has gone up dramatically
in the last 12ths their price is at least $150.00 too much.



Daryl
From: John_H on
Trevor Wilson wrote:

>**I called O'Bwien wegarding. my cwacked windscreen. They informed me that
>wepair was not possible due to the size/location of the cwack. $398.00 for a
>new windscween. Any thoughts wegarding a lower cost option?

If you want a second opinion on repairing it talk to someone like
Novus who specialise in repairs rather than replacements. For the
cheapest place to go for replacements, which won't be O'Bwein, talk to
your friendly neighbourhood crash repairer (who may even do their
own).

I'd be very surprised if you couldn't get a Dunnydore windscreen
supplied and fitted for well under $300.

--
John H
From: Jock on
Novus are the go. Avoid Instant Windscreens - they stuffed my rear window -
no sealant across the top of the window = a bootload of water.
Drugs I suspect.
Also:
NRMA glass cover is a good option if you are in the mood for NRMA
comprehensive. No excess, no NCB penalty.
Jock


"John_H" <john4721(a)inbox.com> wrote in message
news:lvvk56910jl9r28n9hj1keo6gpvfsvpl0r(a)4ax.com...
: Trevor Wilson wrote:
:
: >**I called O'Bwien wegarding. my cwacked windscreen. They informed me that
: >wepair was not possible due to the size/location of the cwack. $398.00 for
a
: >new windscween. Any thoughts wegarding a lower cost option?
:
: If you want a second opinion on repairing it talk to someone like
: Novus who specialise in repairs rather than replacements. For the
: cheapest place to go for replacements, which won't be O'Bwein, talk to
: your friendly neighbourhood crash repairer (who may even do their
: own).
:
: I'd be very surprised if you couldn't get a Dunnydore windscreen
: supplied and fitted for well under $300.
:
: --
: John H


From: Albm&ctd on
In article <lvvk56910jl9r28n9hj1keo6gpvfsvpl0r(a)4ax.com>, john4721(a)inbox.com
says...
> Trevor Wilson wrote:
>
> >**I called O'Bwien wegarding. my cwacked windscreen. They informed me that
> >wepair was not possible due to the size/location of the cwack. $398.00 for a
> >new windscween. Any thoughts wegarding a lower cost option?
>
> If you want a second opinion on repairing it talk to someone like
> Novus who specialise in repairs rather than replacements. For the
> cheapest place to go for replacements, which won't be O'Bwein, talk to
> your friendly neighbourhood crash repairer (who may even do their
> own).
>
> I'd be very surprised if you couldn't get a Dunnydore windscreen
> supplied and fitted for well under $300.
>
Maybe go to the nursery and get some nice green shrubs to block the hole and
look out the drivers window.

Al
--
I don't take sides.
It's more fun to insult everyone.
http://kwakakid.cjb.net/insult.html
From: OzOne on
On Thu, 05 Aug 2010 18:11:23 +1000, D Walford
<dwalford(a)internode.on.net> wrote:

>On 5/08/2010 3:42 PM, Trevor Wilson wrote:
>> **I called O'Bwien wegarding. my cwacked windscreen. They informed me that
>> wepair was not possible due to the size/location of the cwack. $398.00 for a
>> new windscween. Any thoughts wegarding a lower cost option?
>
>Call anyone other than O'Briens, unless glass has gone up dramatically
>in the last 12ths their price is at least $150.00 too much.
>
>
>
>Daryl

After experiences with cheap screen suppliers who fit inferior glass
badly and often leaking, I have gone back to Obriens for better
quality glass fitted correctly.




OzOne of the three twins

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