R: R: [ROVERNET - UK] Rear window Seals

Eric Russell p6rovers at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 2 21:07:14 BST 2007

I have only seen one type of rear screen seal.
It's molded so that the top corners fit as required.

I have fitted a few and I have had no trouble. 
Perhaps a stranger might use rubber grease but the
seal and glass should be firmly fitted.  It should
have been obvious to your installer.  It's too bad he
is not proud of his workmanship.  If something doesn't
fit properly, keep at it until it does.

The rubbers on my cars came from Scott in Australia.


--- "Ruotolo Gianluca (MERCATO STAFF)"
<gianluca.ruotolo at enel.it> wrote:

> Dear friends,
> 		 I need an advice.
> The coachbuildfer gave me my p6, everything is ok
> and the car is
> splendid.
> As usual, in this dream there is something wrong.
> The glasses were removed and the rear window was not
> fitted in its
> position properly.
> The seal does not touch the roof and there is a
> cleft of more or less
> 0,5 mm, so water comes in.
> The mechanic does not want to do this job again, so
> is there a bigger
> seal or do I have to remove the window and to fit it
> properly?
> In my opinion with the roof in its place everything
> should be easier.
> Your advices wuill be appreciated.
> Best regards, thanks in advance, Gianluca.
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