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Postby tis245 » Thu Mar 09, 2017 10:10 pm

Does anyone know if a thunderbird's rubber window track will fit? If so what years work? The drivers side on mine is pretty torn up.
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Re: window track rubber

Postby tis245 » Mon Apr 03, 2017 7:45 am

I have looked at that before and it is helpful information. Unfortunately the part I was talking about is the rubber track that the window slides in. It is ripped where it got bent into the channel where it seats and someone just left it there all crammed into it. So when I got the car I pulled it out, and got it into the right position. I found a rip about 3" long and when you roll the window up you have to hold the rubber or the window tries to grab it and fold it in on itself. I thought by the looks of the 90s Thunderbirds that maybe the track might work, and if anyone would know it would be the guys on the forum.
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Re: window track rubber

Postby rmjak » Sat Apr 08, 2017 2:45 pm

some time ago I posted that oem dew wipes can be purchased from steel rubber company along with all of parts numbers you would need to order them. I tried to find that info on our site but can't find it maybe you will have better luck.
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Re: window track rubber

Postby 90 MarkVII BB » Wed Nov 01, 2017 9:51 am

rmjak wrote:some time ago I posted that oem dew wipes can be purchased from steel rubber company along with all of parts numbers you would need to order them. I tried to find that info on our site but can't find it maybe you will have better luck.


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