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And not the MS one for a change ;)

They rattle....

'88 factory County 90. So I assume they are original factory side windows. Anyone know if you can buy new runners/seals, etc for them? I'd like to keep them operational. But it would be nice to stop them rattling when driving along.

Thanks.

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I think there's a company: Garett outfitters?? that have a kit to fix this.

Pricy, I believe.

 

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You need some flock rubber window seal, for windows up to 6mm thick from memory. Can buy per metre from ebay, woolies trim etc.  Pull any old rotten seal out, push this back in, you dont need to go round the corners, even a bit top and bottom will stop the rattling. 

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2 hours ago, Eightpot said:

Very useful, I've 4 pairs of alloy tops that need refelting, this supplier might save me a lot of money. Thank you.

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Not you, chap. It's a youfisim, as in, that's the thing I was thinking about, but couldn't be bothered to remember the word for.

Or, to succinctisise it. "That's the Badger!".

 

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23 hours ago, Maverik said:

You might want to watch this...

https://youtu.be/qNv_IMXnNzk

I did this recently. It was the best spent £10 and half hour of work I've managed in along time.  No more rattling windows for me 😁

I bought the felt strip from Woolies trim.

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