Re: [DML] windshield trim - help!
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Re: [DML] windshield trim - help!

Ah, never mind on this one.  Looks like it needs two per side.   Since I 
don't have enough pads to go around, I used some of that double sided  tape that 
Randall from AZ-D gave out in Pigeon Forge - I ran one strip of it the  whole 
length under the trim piece, then affixed the whole thing w/o any  pads.  This 
worked well and I think it will be better than OEM, since the  metal parts 
stick to the window now!
In a message dated 6/10/2006 10:41:30 A.M. Central Standard Time,  
Soma576@xxxxxxx writes:

Hey  Guys,

Just finishing up a couple of projects before Chicago - 

I  refinished my windshield trim pieces and ordered new A-pillar   
weatherstripping and PAD #108584, one each for the side trim pieces, as  the  
parts manual 
suggests.  But in the drawing, the pads look  like they are as  long as the 
entire trim piece - the actual pad is  only half as long.   Should I re-use 
my two 
old ones so I have  two on each side?  I know for  sure the top one on the 
blew  out of the trim while driving a couple of years  ago, so I am pretty  
sure they should run the length of the windshield.  The  parts  manual must 


Fargo, ND  
1982 DeLorean  DMC12 VIN 11596

Fargo, ND  
1982 DeLorean DMC12 VIN 11596

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