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Old 11-06-2005, 12:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well someone took a knife or key to my back window and left like two 4 inch maybe 5 inch holes down. Is there any thing i can do besides ducktape to keep water from getting in until i can afford to get a new one? I was thinking hotglue or super glue
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I think a silicon gluegun and some thick plastic is the best way to go. It's a shame that people are such vandals.
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yeah, i dont see why people would do such stupid things. Thanks for your advice
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Probably trying to steal something in the car...
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thats what my mom said
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