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    Hello all,
    The rubber window guide on the driver's side glass has come un-glued and I am having some difficulty sourcing the part. Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo-bob View Post
    Hello all,
    The rubber window guide on the driver's side glass has come un-glued and I am having some difficulty sourcing the part. Any thoughts?
    If you're talking about the outside weatherstrip, take some measurements and tell me the length.

    Noblerine
    Last edited by Noblerine; 06-28-2013 at 06:47 AM.

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    I'm actually talking about the window guide inside the door, on the leading edge of the glass. I'm assuming it is adhesed to the fiberglass?

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    I think you are talking about the same piece of rubber I wrote a question about a while back. It is the rubber that the leading edge of the window slides up and down in. Mine is slowly working its way up and I wanted to know how to fix this problem other than taking the entire door apart etc...

    Ed

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    That's it! My mechanic has already replaced the same part on the passenger's side, and I got that piece of rubber from Serban at the then Noble guys in Florida. Now, with the Rossion/Mosler purchase and subsequent uncertainty, I am trying to get the part from a quicker source.

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    I need to have the same piece replaced... Do you know how difficult it was to replace?

    Thanks,
    Ed

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    It was somewhat of a pain in the neck. The speaker, I think, had to be removed to get the inner upholstered panel off. Much easier the second time around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo-bob View Post
    It was somewhat of a pain in the neck. The speaker, I think, had to be removed to get the inner upholstered panel off. Much easier the second time around.
    PM Sent.

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    Noblerine,
    I am interested in the part. If you'll PM me your contact info and price, I'll send it promptly. Many thanks.
    Turbobob.

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    Turbo-bob,

    I sent you another PM.

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