I had windshield chips in my old Honda Element windshield repaired 3-4 times. It doesn't make them invisible, but prevents them from turning into something worse. Cost was $55 per shot, they come to your home or place of business, it takes about 20 minutes and insurance covered the full cost. Forget the name of the service (it's a nationwide franchise), but your insurance company will set you up.Dutch said:...But I'm more pissed about the windshield. It isn't a big ding, and they may be able to fix it without replacing the windshield. Don't they have some voodoo for that? It is just a pain to take it in and get it taken care of. I've got bigger things to worry about.
I love my BBC xb2 though. I've been reading this site for awhile. Glad I'm out of the weeds now.
Wow, mine was only 2mm but would not move after 3 days so they had to go get it. I was on Percocet for several days after that. Makes my toes curl just thinking about it.Dutch said:The Morphine and Dilaudid from the ER did the trick for the pain yesterday. They sent me home with a 'scrip for Percocet, but I've only taken one, and have just been popping Advil every 5 hours or so. The stone has moved south and the tubes are a little larger down there apparently, so less pain. Until I have to pass the thing. The doc said it was 5mm. So I'm going to pee a frozen pea.