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Windshield Door Seal

Discussion in '"Stock" Alpine' started by Rockonp04, Aug 21, 2020.

  1. Rockonp04

    Rockonp04 Platinum Level Sponsor

    Trying to figure out which is the correct way to install the seal on the windshield which also ties into the body. I installed it like this since it seems most plausible but the suspect original rubber seal was installed the other way. Can someone advise if I have it installed correctly? This is on the right door. See pictures.
     

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  2. Jimjordan2

    Jimjordan2 Gold Level Sponsor

    It will work this way since it's a top down ride, but actually you have them the opposite of what they are supposed to be. L/R side. The "lip: of the rubber should be on the outside of the side "vent" window.
     
  3. Rockonp04

    Rockonp04 Platinum Level Sponsor

    Just as I suspected. Thanks.
     
  4. hartmandm

    hartmandm Moderator Platinum Level Sponsor

    Someone else's car. Looks like a single piece of trim.

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    Mike
     
  5. Tim R

    Tim R Silver Level Sponsor

    This video on The Sunbeam Alpine Channel on YouTube may help you as it shows the seals being fitted. There are several videos there that cover repairing and refitting windscreen frame assemblies.



    Tim R
     

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