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    Default airborne : Windshield glass gasket,

    Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by airborne on Oct 30, 2006, 4:55pm

    Anyone know a pn? Will a cj's rubber gasket fit? I took the frame to a glass company to get the glass removed, but they can't find a pn for the rubber gasket.

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    Re: Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by kwai on Oct 30, 2006, 8:17pm

    Contact Memphis Equipment. they have them. Somewhere around $50-$60, I think.

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    Re: Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by vrod02 on Oct 30, 2006, 8:44pm

    But are they the same as cj's and M-series one piece jeeps, got me curious! Have to remove to straigten two dents.

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    Re: Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by robertcowan on Oct 30, 2006, 11:46pm

    where ever you get your glass cut will have the rubber to install it in bulk in stock.....

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    Re: Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by airborne on Oct 31, 2006, 7:27am

    THAT"S WHAT I THOUGHT TOO BOB, BUT THEY SAID THEY COULDN'T MATCH IT UP. MEMPHIS EQUIPMENT SAID THEY DIDN'T HAVE THEM. THEY STILL HAVE THE COWL GASKET, BUT NOT THE WINDSHIELD. AND OF COURSE THE JEEP DEALER IS NO HELP, HIS 'BOOK' ONLY GOES BACK TO 88. (I'm NOT yelling people, Bob has trouble reading the small print!) THANKS.

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    Re: Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by kwai on Oct 31, 2006, 7:42am

    The windshield gasket is 1/16". Normal stuff today is usually 1/8". When I had mine done they had no problem finding the gasket. I will try to get a number for you today if you need it.

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    Re: Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by barrman on Oct 31, 2006, 8:48am

    When I had my glass done 2 years ago. The glass guy used rubber meant for a '73-'87 Chevy truck. It hasn't leaked, the glass is held in good and looks right. I don't know what size it is, but it works.

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    Re: Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by airborne on Oct 31, 2006, 9:06am

    Thanks guys. Yes the PN will help. Barrman that's good to know, chevy stuff is easy to get.

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    Re: Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by robertcowan on Oct 31, 2006, 10:20am

    it comes in a bulk roll. its not a perfect looking match for the stock rubber. its better... it comes as a 2 piece rubber the little semi round rubber strip comes outof the center, you install glass then small round rubber piece goes back in. after install you cant tell the difference. its alot more install friendly to use. thats why they changed it.

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    Re: Windshield glass gasket,
    Post by airborne on Oct 31, 2006, 3:26pm

    Looks like J C W has the windshield rubber in 16ft rolls. I hate/love old trucks!

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