Any brand of Polycarbonate will work. LEXAN (GE Plastics) is one such
brand, Makrolon (by Bayer Plastics) is another.
Plexiglass is actually a name brand for acrylic sheet. Polycarbonate is
much togher than acrylic, but then that toughness comes at a cost.
From: Frank Clarici
Sent: 3/6/2006 6:28:36 PM
Subject: Re: replacing hardtop rear window
Be sure to use LEXAN (brand) plexiglass, it is bendable and will not
Costs more but it's worth it. Do watch which side faces the sun as it is
UV sensitive. It's labeled.
A heat gun or propane torch from a distance helps keep the curve in
check. I have done this before. Remember you are warming plastic not
melting metal when you torch the plexi.
Toms River, NJ