Window rubbers

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Window rubbers

Postby Michael4 » 01 Apr 2019, 09:21

It is a Devon conversion from a van.

Inevitably there is rust around the windows. It would have been nice if Devon had embraced the concept of treating bare metal cuts before assembling said conversions but hey, they must have all retired by now.

Am I right in assuming that that the rubber will not be the same size (length) as those advertised on the usual suspects' websites and it is best to go to someone like Seals Direct and buy 'off the reel' and cut to fit oneself?
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Re: Window rubbers

Postby AngeloEvs » 02 Apr 2019, 14:24

I bought mine locally (from a Boatyard Chandlers) off the roll to replace the original rear window rubbers. I cut two pieces to length, best to have slightly more length and trim accordingly. Seals Direct are good company, used them for my Hi Top Seals.....
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