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  • Twolitre
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    Originally posted by AGING HIPPY View Post
    didnt reliase that a tool was availble swapped windows over last year in at a meeting but need to remove again to cure rust and to repaint ok it took me while to figure out but we did it with washing up liquid and big screwdriver

    the sliding window was on wrong side for my liking wanted it to open in front of seat not behind my head so no draught on back or neck
    Tools for trim and weather sealing inserts are usually specific for the trim being fitted, if available. They are by no means universal.
    You need the correct one!
    Jim.

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  • AGING HIPPY
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    didnt reliase that a tool was availble swapped windows over last year in at a meeting but need to remove again to cure rust and to repaint ok it took me while to figure out but we did it with washing up liquid and big screwdriver

    the sliding window was on wrong side for my liking wanted it to open in front of seat not behind my head so no draught on back or neck

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  • Twolitre
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    There probably is a tool Dunnie. I think the best thing to do is enquire wherever you bought the roll.
    Jim.

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  • dunnie
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    I have a question

    I have been tidying up my nuventure, it had maroon, well faded maroon trim that covered the screws within the aluminium channel,I have purchased 50 metres of black trim. I tried fitting it straight of the reel, then in a bowl of hot water, then giving it a quick flash with a heat gun, this was fine on the short strips,however i have got to do the long stripes that go over the roof and around the door, which if i try to use the above method will take ages, thats if it can be done, is there a tool available to fit this trim, i have the tool that fits the rubber lock strip into the windscreen rubber but it will not do it, has anyone got any ideas,,cheers............Paul

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