2 pin hood

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I gonna buy a new 2 pin hood this summer before I get my truck painted. I am not sure which brand to get. I am leaning toward hannaman mostly beacause it was the cheapest price I found. But on there website they dont have any pictures. Anybody got any shots. Right now I have perry mcneil but after an accident it split all over and needs a lot more work than I want to spend on repairing it. If anybody is really happy with their glass let me know what kind it is. Is it all mostly the same quality and look. mcneil,glassworks and hannaman?

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Try Trailer Products. We used to get our protruck glass from them. Good quality. They have an add in the back of Dusty Times
 

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Or Auto Fab in Santee. John is a little strange at times but his stuff is nice and of good quality
 

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I can get the hannaman one at a shop a couple miles from my house and its only 175$, but just kinda wanted to see what it look like before ordering it mostly underneath like renforcement. I live near anaheim and dont want to have to drive to big bear or san diego to get glass or pay a shipping fee.

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WHat year truck do you have? I may be able to get you a blem for cheap. It has a chip on corner but not bad at all.

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Its for a 94 I just want to get the thing all painted this summer finally and dont wanna spend the hours fixin my hood its in pretty bad shape. If its an easy fix thats cool I've been working on the body and front and back fenders at a friends shop. Its got a spraybooth and anything I need to fix glass or metal body work. I just figure the hours It will take to fix old hood isnt worth the cost of a new one. And yes it must be a 2 pin. thanks

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Its for an 89-92, SOrry

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the website for trailer products is <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.fiberglass1.com>www.fiberglass1.com</A>, their normal stuff is high quality and cheap and they can make almost anything for a price.

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