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Window removal / Fitting


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It's a bit difficult to explain...

Put the rubber around the glass, then put 2 lengths of strong string around the inside of the rubber (where it will fit over the panels), then with the aid of some lubrication around the inner edge of the rubber (I use washing up liquid) push the glass into the hole and pull the string to flip the inner lip over the panel.

Then comes the hard part..... Fitting the filler strip (if it has one) is not the easiest of tasks, but it can be done without the proper tool. It will need to be well lubricated and will take quite a while with a thin bladed screwdriver or pallette knife. I have access to the proper tool, but the one I did at the weekend (90 truck-cab quarter light) was a right pain!!

Hope that helps a bit...

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