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Re: M1151 front widows and air vent

Post by Action » Sat Jul 23, 2016 1:03 pm

blhar15 wrote:M1114 windshields and M1151 are totally different. The M1114 does not have the metal surrounds just thick glass with a full rubber seal around them.
The m1114 has the pop-out windshields, as do the m1151. They both have a metal frame around the glass. I worked at a place that installed armor on the humvees.

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Re: M1151 front widows and air vent

Post by ohiohmmwv » Mon Aug 21, 2017 12:45 pm

MagBlock wrote:
Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:10 pm
The windows you have installed sound like they would be for the 1114,
M1114, Windshield non-heated left side NSN 2510-01-435-9690 right side NSN 2510-01-435-9693

M1151, Windshield non-heated left side NSN 2510-01-535-6001 Part number 12512206-1 right side 2510-01-535-6000

Windows for the 1151/1152/1165/1167 all have the same offset. As you can see in the pictures, the larger part of the offset is the threat side on the 1151 and subsequent. It makes the windows sit out past the frame, The 1114 windows are just about even with the front side of the frame.

Hope the pictures help, have a good one.

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Anyone know the part numbers for the heated m1151 windshields?

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Re: M1151 front widows and air vent

Post by Action » Mon Aug 21, 2017 3:11 pm

ohiohmmwv wrote:
Mon Aug 21, 2017 12:45 pm
Anyone know the part numbers for the heated m1151 windshields?
The m115x series are listed as 6432258 (L) and 6432257 (R). But it does not mention electric

The m111x series are 4660200 (R w/ de-ice) and 4660201 (L w/ de-ice)

I am just taking this from the TM. no guarantee that it is accurate....

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Re: M1151 front widows and air vent

Post by ohiohmmwv » Mon Aug 21, 2017 5:54 pm

I wonder why the TM doesn't list electric part numbers for m1151.

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Re: M1151 front widows and air vent

Post by Hell On Wheels » Thu Aug 24, 2017 4:57 pm

I remember during the first part of the Iraq war we installed some modification upgrade windows that were the same thickness as these windows that fitted into regular frames. It just required the windshield wiper arm extenders. They were one of the easiest upgraded installs, does anybody have that information, maybe that is a cheaper way to make it work. Just a thought to help with the A/C vent. For the radio extender I used a square channel stock and cut it to size to make my radio work for $10.00. Your build looks really good by the way.
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Re: M1151 front widows and air vent

Post by ohiohmmwv » Sun Apr 29, 2018 6:54 pm

Here’s a nice chart so sum up some of these part numbers.
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Anyone know how to tell the difference physically between the m1114 and m1115 Ibis Tek knockouts? Is there a part number stamped on these things anywhere?

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Re: M1151 front widows and air vent

Post by Hell On Wheels » Mon Apr 30, 2018 6:07 am

I like all these configurations but can they be found and are they affordable. On a budget for using the knock-out IBIS TEK on standard slantback this is what I did:

viewtopic.php?f=101&t=296742

It also addressed the A/C round vent issue and spacing.

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Cost:
$400.00 windows
$35.00 seals
Window frame spare and on hand
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Re: M1151 front widows and air vent

Post by Hell On Wheels » Fri Jul 05, 2019 10:17 am

I know this is an old topic but I need to replace my passenger glass because of delamination out of the NSN list which glass will mirror up to the BAE knockout glass? Or does anybody have a clean set for sale?

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