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    Quote Originally Posted by Sockethead View Post
    DOT number?
    This is in the 2002 325xi (sedan) with factory trim surround:

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    I went with Safelight. They come to your house and do everything for you. Just set an appointment. The guy that was doing my car was also a BMW enthusiast and knew his stuff well! He also had told me that he can tell my windshield had been replaced before and it was a bad job. He scrapped down all the excess glue on the car and mounted everything perfectly. The glass seemed to be OEM and had everything the same as my other windshield. With the same decals around the windshield and same small black dots around the rain sensor.

    That black interior tho


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    Quote Originally Posted by John in VA View Post
    This is in the 2002 325xi (sedan) with factory trim surround:
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    Hmm... looks like yous is either US or England... http://www.carwindshields.info/dot_db

    This just verifies how many different places glass is manufactured.... even by the same company
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    Quote Originally Posted by John in VA View Post
    This is in the 2002 325xi (sedan) with factory trim surround:

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    Just checked, my DOT number is also 682.
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    My Pilkington is 177 maybe I'l ask for 682 next time... I waited too long to tell them about it so they won't fix the one I have.... I guess its going to have to break again
    Dinan CAI &Throttle body, ESS Tuning TS2, Bimmerbrakes gen3 headers, UUC SSK & DSSR. Achilles oil pump, VAC oil pan baffle
    M3 Motor mounts, UUC Trans mounts, Modified clutch style LSD 3.15, TMS front subframe reinforcement, Koni Yellow sports,
    H&R sport springs,
    UUC sway bars, BMW Perf. Rotors, UUC SS brake lines, Hawk HPS pads, CSL replica wheels,
    Rotora strut bar, FXR HID conversion, M3 Mirror conversion, BSW stage 1 speakers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sockethead View Post
    I guess it's going to have to break again
    It happens every day!
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    Glass America called me back and said that State Farm denied my claim to have OEM glass put on the car. I would have to pay the difference of $300 for an OEM windshield. I haven't researched the costs in a while, but I thought a new BMW windshield is somewhere around $500?

    At this point I'm just going to spend that $300 towards a better policy with a better insurance company.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Newjack View Post
    I haven't researched the costs in a while, but I thought a new BMW windshield is somewhere around $500?
    Check with the guys at getbmwparts.com and mybimmerparts.com - both are dealerships in MD with internet discounts. Don't forget the trim surround.
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    Anybody know the part number for the windshield with the sensor?

    His - 2004 Imola Red / Alcantara 330i | 6MT | ZHP |

    Her's - 2005 Black Sapphire Metallic / Black Leather 330i | 6MT | ZHP |

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vas View Post
    Anybody know the part number for the windshield with the sensor?
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    I don't know which one is which, or what they mean with the green band
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