Here are the new vehicle products we have brought out recently – mainly for the Land Rover Defender 90 & 110.
Masai Zeppelin Dark Tinted Windows for Land Rover Defender 90 and 110
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Masai Zeppelin Bonded Tinted Windows for Land Rover Defender 90 and 110
A Masai® flagship product.
Similar to the original Masai Panoramic Windows only there is less glass and the corners are rounded, we've also designed matching round-cornered quarter light windows too. See the thumbnail photos.
Two versions - Locking sliding windows OR Fixed windows with no opening.
Both Fixed and Sliding have an aluminium black powder coated frame attached and sits in the aperture of the side of your Defender.
The radius curves of the Zeppelin windows internal frame is 50/50 degrees. See our aperture guide in the thumbnails. If you have a post 2004/05 Defender with Land Rover windows fitted, they have a 50/70 radius aperture, you will need to slightly trim the bottom two curves to be 50 degrees to fit.
Side windows are sold in pairs, as are optional quarter lights.
European Commission Directive 2001/92/EC, Regulation No 43 of the UN/ECE.
Reflects heat and reduces glare.
Premium build quality.
Leak proof, draft proof.
Kit includes primer, a special silicone adhesive, template and fitting instructions.
Silicone adhesive heat tolerance is minus 40 to plus 90 degrees C.
Fitted in just a few hours DIY.
Windows Fitting Service available - just call us.
Fits all Land Rover Defenders, if you have another type of vehicle just call and we can discuss.
Use to replace standard Land Rover Defender side windows, part numbers: MUC3766 superseded by MWC4734, MUC3767 superseded by MWC4735.
Side Windows Type - Fixed or Lockable Slide Opening.
Bonded Tinted Quarter Light Glass - With or without matching pair of Zeppelin Rear Tinted Bonded Quarter Lights.
Tinted Rear Door Glass - With or without heated tinted Rear Door Glass (Pre and Post 2002 versions).
REAR GLASS NOTE : If you purchase the rear glass too - Carefully remove existing rear door glass without damaging the rubber - as you will need to re-use it. Carefully remove brake light including brackets from old glass as you will need to glue to new glass.