Get ready to replace your car’s windshield and tires in just a few steps.
Put the wheels on the car.
Put your wheels on a flat surface, preferably a driveway.2.
Place the tires on the tire.
Put them in your front tire jack, put them in the rear tire jack.3.
Install the windshield cover.
Pull the windscreen cover up over the front windscreen and the tire, securing it by using a torque wrench.4.
Apply the paint.
Remove the old paint and apply new paint.5.
Get rid of the windshield.
You’ll need to paint the glass in a few different ways, but we’re going to focus on the windshield itself.
Here are the best options.6.
Replace the windshield cap.
Replace any glass in the glass that has fallen off of the wind screen, and place the cap on top of the glass.
The cap should fit snugly in the window.7.
Paint the windshield back.
You can choose to paint your windshield in a single color, or use a variety of colors.
We’re going with yellow.8.
Install an interior trim.
Paint your window, door, or any part of the interior of your car to match the new windshield.9.
Put some paint over the window and the paint is ready to go.
If your car has a flat tire repair and you’re going for a paint job, we suggest a new front windshield cap, which is about $30.
If you’re looking for a cheap replacement tire, we recommend replacing the tire that was in your rear tire.
You could replace the rear rubber on your front tires for $3, but that will increase the cost to $12 or more.
Here is a list of tire replacement companies that can help you with tire repair.10.
Paint or remove the wheel covers.
If you don’t have a spare tire, you can replace the wheel cover with a new one.
You may need to trim the wheel to make room for the new one if you have a large vehicle.
You will also need to cut the wheel off and replace the front wheel, as you would for a new wheel.11.
Replace your windshield.
If the glass is cracked or broken, or you’re replacing the wind shield, you’ll need a replacement windshield cap that fits snugly over the glass (see the tip above about the torque wrench).
If you’re not sure about your window or you can’t find a window with a tight fit, you could order one from our car repair center, or if you live in a city with good weather, you might find a spare on Craigslist or a local garage sale.12.
Install a rear bumper.
This step is usually optional, but if you don