RE: [DMCForum] Power window trim... the fuzzy caterpillar
From: Travis Goodwin <tgoodwin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 3 May 2004 11:27:24 -0400
I do have a thought. Velcro. The looped side might provide the needed
I remember someone using a rubber-type seal common on modern cars but I
don't remember who did it or what model they selected. There was a how-to
with pics and everything.
From: billsfanmd@xxxxxxx [mailto:billsfanmd@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 8:22 AM
Subject: Re: [DMCForum] Power window trim... the fuzzy caterpillar
Believe it or not I was just going to post the same question
:-). I am working on my doors too. At the social Rob Grady repaired my door
latch problem and totally cleaned the inside and all the trim on my door. He
replaced about 5 missing screws, ripped out my old fir trees, put new ones
in, ran 1/4 inch black weatehrsripping along the bottom, reglued the handle
section etc. If you saw Rob work he looked like a surgeon. Before long there
were 8 people watching rob restore my door to new condition. He even
replaced and refit the black plastic trim piece thats fits around the door
handle. It is now firmly in place and does not move around. It was well
worth the cost and now I can fix my other door.
Now that I am home doing it I also noticed the felt piece is nasty looking.
I spoke to Rob and there really is no perfect replacement out there. I was
thinking someone has found something comparable at JoAnn's or Michaels or an
I also figured if anyone new what to do it would have been Travis :-)