Won't work that way.. that thing has a lip on it which under no
pressure fits the bezel perfectly but due to the thickness of the
rubber when you tighten the bezel it forces the lip away from the
bezel. I mean if I trim it it'll look like a bike inner tube is in
On Feb 14, 2007, at 8:31 AM, Jim Johnson wrote:
> Two words, Exacto Knife. Trim the excess.
> On 2/14/07, Lester <email@example.com> wrote:
>> DON'T GET THE MOSS ONES!
>> I did an although they look perfect BEFORE you install them, when
>> tightening the mounting nuts the bezel pads deform and no longer fit
>> the bezel, they expand and look awful.
>> On Feb 13, 2007, at 11:01 PM, James Pickard wrote:
>> > I'm down to installing the wipers in the bug-eye. I need two of
>> > the bezel
>> > pads for the window shield wipers (part no. 282-820 in the Mo$$
>> > catalog).
>> > They are cheap enough at $1.50 each, but I'd rather not wait a week
>> > or more
>> > to get the parts before I can install the wipers. Is there a
>> > substitute I can find locally? Maybe a rubber O-ring or some
>> > material?
>> > Jim Pickard
>> > B9473298 ('65 Tiger)
>> > AN5L/12109 ('59 Sprite)
>> > 2003 Mini Cooper
>> > Lafayette, LA