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So for those that have had a windscreen replaced with a PPG version, is it actually harder glass? Less pitting? Fewer cracks?
 

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Ive used it on different cars, and family/friends who i've told explcitly to get PPG.

I see no fish eye effect, and really haven't had any other issues.
 

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Only had mine for a few months.. but so far no pitting and seems to be really good quality glass. Had a big rock kick up on the freeway a couple weeks ago hit it hard and there wasn't even so much as a mark.
 

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Great glass - have had PPG on several cars over the last 20 or so years - ZERO problems. My current windshield (#3!) is PPG, and a huge improvement. Guess they also make the windscreens for our aircraft, no complaints there either!!

Modified by jrgoffin at 12:20 PM 4-15-2009
 

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Quote, originally posted by JoeLvo »
how is the cost compared to Safelite and OEM?

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Ordered mine through Safelite and they installed it at my door for under $300. I definitely wouldn't use Safelite again though, they suck hard. When I had to replace my back glass, I used a local company who installed PPG and was MUCH happier with their customer service and actual knowledge on what they're doing.
 

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Quote, originally posted by JoeLvo »
how is the cost compared to Safelite and OEM?

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IIRC, the OEM glass is $600+. Safelite wanted just about $300 for their generic (Chinese?) glass, and the PPG glass was also about $300. At least, that is what I paid through USAA. Well worth it.
 
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