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Re: BigKev
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Thanks for that Bob. Hard to tell in your picture, but is the weatherstrip channel on the b-pillar directly in line with the window frame, or is set more inbound?

Posted on: 5/22 20:31
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The window frame of the door glass is outboard of the stainless steel channel's outside tangent.230-.240" on both driver and passenger sides. That allows the weather strip to seat against the inside surface of the door's window frame.
Bob J.

Posted on: 5/23 8:04
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Ok that makes sense to what I am seeing then. Thanks!

Posted on: 5/23 8:43
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One last question. Can you show me what the profile on that rubber piece looks like? or do you know the Steel P/N you used?

Posted on: 5/23 8:46
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I believe you have it in your inventory. Comes in a 12' strip but us convertible guys use about 4', just at the front and rear, A & B post.
I do not have the # as it came in a plain bag in the weather strip kit from Kanter
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Posted on: 5/23 10:39
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