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    Default Window Rubber

    Just wondering if anyone has replaced the strip of rubber running down the glass for walk-through windshield. It is the piece that cushions it when it closes. If so, what did you use and where did you manage to find it? Ours is starting to peel off and looks terrible so would like to replace it this year.

    Thanks,
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    I have not replaced mine yet but you can use realy just about any rubber and some 3M tape. Just peel the old one off. Use some Goof Off or what ever your preference to remove the old glue. Then cut and stick new weather stripping up there.

    Some idea, i have seen are black foam tape, regular black weather stripping. Anything can work there as its really only there to keep the window from rattling on the frame.
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    I replaced mine with some black weather stripping I found at Lowes. You can find it at any home store (Lowes, Home Depot, Ace hardware, ect..)
    Worked great!

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    Cool, thanks for the tips guys. Think I will be hitting up the home improvement stores this weekend.
    2001 Moomba Mobius - JL Audio M6600/JL Audio 10" IB Sub/Sony CDXM50IP/Sony RM-X55M/Sony XSMP1620/XM Satellite Radio

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