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Hi Folks.. Anyone has a picture of these seal installed on their car? Where do you put them? I don't think I have it on my car. TIA[/img]

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I have seen them for sale but, never installed. Keep us posted.

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and plug the space between the vent window frame and the door sheet metal. Once you take it in hand and place it there, installation will be intuitive.

The larger ones, of course go on the back edge of the door, making a seal between the door glass' trailing edge and the door sheet metal. The little notch allows a flap to extend behind the door upholstery. Again, fitting is intuitive once you've put it in place.

Both pieces have metal clips moulded into the rubber to hold 'em in place. On cars where these parts have never been replaced, often all you'll find there is the clip, the rubber having rotted away. Put a little anti-seize paste on the clip's inside to cover any chips in the paint that installation might cause.

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mike

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Tilux on FAQ can supply these parts.

rogerstii.com has them too.

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I would like to see a pic of them installed if anyone has one. Thanks

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I have seen the rear rubber piece installed 2 different ways. Its confusing, and they can be difficult to keep in place. (They will/can pop off) Did they use an adhesive at the factory maybe??

Scott

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