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Morning guys, hope somebody might be able to help the rear right  window glass lost a fight with a lawnmower last night, I went to Toyota this morning who provided me with the part number  but unfortunately they no longer stock the part(62710A). So i'm looking contacts for someone to provide me with the part. If it helps and there are any local suppliers  known of between, Fishguard, Cardiff, Bristol, Plymouth and i could maybe stretch to. Bournemouth areas in September when we are touring.

 

Cheers in advance 

 

Chris (Bigwizzer)

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I have been looking most of the day my problem is most wont ship glass to NI and guarantee it, so im thing whenim in  south Wales South West England in Sept  to try and pick up a second hand one from a  Alphard breakers,  If anyone knows of  Alphard breakers in that part of the country it would be greatly appreciated.

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12 hours ago, Chris Mc said:

I have been looking most of the day my problem is most wont ship glass to NI and guarantee it, so im thing whenim in  south Wales South West England in Sept  to try and pick up a second hand one from a  Alphard breakers,  If anyone knows of  Alphard breakers in that part of the country it would be greatly appreciated.

That number is the catalogue number there should be another 5 numbers for the full part number, check in the link you mightbe able to get one shipped dirct, amayama.com

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amayama will not ship glass i am supprised your toyota dealer would not get it for you can you please pm me your vin no. i will get the full part no. for you 

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Very strangely, I had exactly the same experience last year. I obtained one from the nearest Toyota main dealer to me. This was Listers at Cheltenham. All they needed was the registration number. It did have to come from Japan, which they said would take up to a month. It actually took about two weeks. From memory it was about £470. I then got a local window fitter to fit it. In the mean time, many layers of duct tape and cardboard kept the old window in place, as it had shattered but not actually fallen out.

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