RE: [DML] Mode switch [was - Needed Badly: Button Clip]
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RE: [DML] Mode switch [was - Needed Badly: Button Clip]

Hi Dave,

Actually we do carry the same thing under the Winzer brand name. Wurth and
Winzer are German companies owned separately by a pair of brothers who
apparently compete with each other as they carry the same product lines! We
have used Winzer and Wurth products in our shop for at least twenty years.
It is listed on our website in the tab called Rubber door seals. 

We also carry Winzer Rubber Adhesive which is the best we've found (Sorry
Randal!) for attaching all of the bonded rubber seals on the DeLorean.
Another great product is 3M adhesive remover (Yea Randal!) We use these
three products in our shop exclusively to attach and care for all of the
DeLorean's many weather-strips and buffers.

>From now until the end of August we will supply these products free ($38.85
value) on any order of our Complete Seal Kit Part #'s 114666GS or 114666GL
so you can do a professional quality installation of your weather-strips at
no extra cost.

We also carry quality chemicals and fasteners for every part of your car
that are too numerous to list on our site at this time. Our experience as
the oldest DeLorean restoration shop guarantees you the right chemical for
every application. Sorry for the plug but I felt obliged to answer Dave's
statement ("This is something that the vendors ought to carry") completely
and accurately :).

Rob Grady

P.J.Grady Inc.
-----Original Message-----
From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf of
Dave Swingle
Sent: Saturday, July 23, 2005 5:28 PM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [DML] Mode switch [was - Needed Badly: Button Clip]

Better than petroleum jelly is some stuff called "Wurth's Rubber 
Care" - you probably have to get it online because there are not many 
retail places that carry Wurth's. 

It used to be sold at BMW dealers as "Gummi Pflege" (Elvis help me 
out here but I think that's German for "Rubber Care"). Some BMW places may
still have it in stock. 

It's made for this sort of thing, and won't dry out like petroleum 
jelly and is light enough that it won't plug up the holes. This is 
probably something that the vendors ought to carry - it's great on 
the door seals too. 

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