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    Crank up sunroof glass

    I have a sunroof glass for the crank up style sunroof in pretty good condition. Just part of the gasket around the glass is cut alittle on the corner. Other than that its in good condition, no cracks or scraches. $150 plus shipping
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    bump ttt

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    Do you have the opaque cover for it?
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    I do have the cover for it in Pretty much mint condition, but im not sure i want to get rid of it yet.. Make an offer on it though and ill see..

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    It just occurred to me this could mean 2 different things. To be sure we are talking about the same thing, I am referring to the inside cover that blocks the light from coming through the roof and mounts to the underside of the glass in the roof, not the cover/bag you would protect the glass with when you remove it and stow it in back (if there even is such a thing).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markingtime View Post
    It just occurred to me this could mean 2 different things. To be sure we are talking about the same thing, I am referring to the inside cover that blocks the light from coming through the roof and mounts to the underside of the glass in the roof, not the cover/bag you would protect the glass with when you remove it and stow it in back (if there even is such a thing).
    I dont think their is a bag to protect the glass when you put it in the back but i could be wrong. Yes the cover you can remove to allow light to come through.

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    Bump..

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    I'll take best offer on this..

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