Join Date: May 2011
Location: South Bend, Indiana, USA
Model: 84&86 Interstates. 1996 1500 SE
Hmm, how bout I send you the 9 inches I cut off mine? Mine was a Tulsa extra tall, but I hated it. Looking through it was distorting my vision. I was dodging shadows, wet spots on the road, just anything that wasn't a bump. (I'm 6'3") Looking at a windshield edge is annoying, I give you that.
Measuring it, (What I had, plus what's still there.) comes up to 33 inches. I'd rather look over the top, myself, but to each his own. If, you're going to replace it, and your old one isn't saleable, I suggest taking off two inches off your current one, and see if you like that.
I cut mine with a detail saw I got at Menards. What I liked about it was that it was slow, and the plastic didn't re-weld itself behind the cut. Then, sand it smooth, and polish the plastic edge with scouring powder. I rounded the edge like the factory did. Everyone that's seen it, thinks I bought a new windshield.