The most commonly used item in an auto glass shop is the razor blade. We use them to remove everything from stickers to excess urethane. Equalizer® razor blades are tough, strong, industrial razor blades packaged in boxes of 100. Each blade is securely wrapped in a thin brown piece of cardboard to protect the edge. A sturdy metal back gives the blade strength.
The Rock Star® Roadie™ makes setup a breeze. This kit features a quick-mounting pedestal and resin chamber as well as a dual-action injector that delivers specially formulated resin into the break.
Kit contains one each of the following: standard injector, hose, UV curing lamp, cure guard, flow regulator, probe, mini scraper, bottle of Pit Filler Resin (.5 oz.), bottle of Thin Viscosity Resin (.5 oz.), bottle of Pit Polish (1 oz.), plus 4 AA batteries, 20 adhesive pads, 20 pedestals, and 20 mylar squares.
When a glass is missing in a piece of heavy equipment you must make a pattern. Most rubber gaskets have a 5/16" space between the rubber and the pinchweld. When you draw a pattern you must then cut the glass 5/16" smaller so it will fit in the rubber gasket. Our pattern making pencil has an aluminum ring that spaces the pencil exactly 5/16" inside the pinchweld and makes a perfect pattern. No more guessing or redrawing the pattern to fit. Made of aluminum with a collet holder that keeps the pencil in place. Clips in your shirt pocket.