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Thread: Windshield Gap

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    Windshield Gap

    I am fitting the windshield and one side has a fairly substantial gap at the edge. The other side fits well to the body. I am trying to sand down a little bit at a time to make it fit a bit better, but I am not sure how close I will be able to get. I have not yet put the put the seal on and tightened the bolts, so maybe that will make a difference. Do I just leave it like this, or are there other options?

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    Ryan
    33 Hot Rod
    350 SBC with TKO 500, 3 link rear

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    Gen 1 or Gen 2 body? looks like Gen 1, I adjusted the body and my hard top to have a closer fit as i have both. Mine is a Gen 1 body.
    Black & Copper ("The Mistress" as per my wife! ) #1028
    Brought home: Nov. 2017, GoKart: May 2018, Plated & on the Road: ??? 2019??
    Andreas

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    Gen 1, body is from 2015.
    Ryan
    33 Hot Rod
    350 SBC with TKO 500, 3 link rear

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    Any other suggestions for the windshield frame? I have reached out to FFR but they haven't responded yet.
    Ryan
    33 Hot Rod
    350 SBC with TKO 500, 3 link rear

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