I do have some rubber wedges but who knows if they are the originals. the
windshield was close before but I did not have any of the caulk strip under
the frame. I did get the glass in the frame a few minutes ago but I
installed the gasket backward first. it was easier then I had anticipated
but I did not use any sealant. I hope the water stays out. well now it is
time to dig through the pile of trim that I have lying around. I have
already determined that the trim was fitted to the frame but the frame I
used had no trim. I guess I will have to find away to make due.
Chris in Hawaii
From: Steve Laifman <Laifman@Flash.Net>
To: Daniel S. Eiland <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Chris Vaught <CVaught@hawaii.rr.com>; Tigers@autox,team.net
Date: Sunday, March 26, 2000 4:32 PM
Subject: Re: Windshield installation
>"Daniel S. Eiland" wrote:
>> Good luck. Hope I didn't forget anything.
>> Dan Eiland
>Good set of directions. Going right into the How-To Section.
>I would think you might have mentioned those small rubber alignment tapered
>that fit at the rear of the windshield frame and angle the windshield to
>match the door wind wing vents. Hopefully Chris has saved his old ones, as
>were custom for each installation. If not, he may have to fabricate a
>different wedge heights and try them out to assure the door wind wing
>parallel and properly spaced from the windshield, leaving just enough room
>squeeze the new rubber side seal.