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Old 03-22-2016, 04:56 PM
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Default looking for this tape

Perhaps someone knows what the tape is between the weather strip
molding and the roof on a 70
it kinda looks like some sort of sticky back foam tape.
Where do i find it.
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Old 03-22-2016, 05:50 PM
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Lowes near windows. Just ask them. But that is where it is in ours. Comes in a big roll in a orange and clear bag. Different widths.
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Old 03-25-2016, 03:53 PM
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My tape was in little better shape, but I also ran a bead of black weather strip adhesive in the middle and put mine back on that way. Gave me a nice seal that way.

or here are a couple more idea's

a. the channel itself had a neoprene tape on it. I scraped it off and found at advanced auto parts some 3M tape for putting camper shells on pickups. Same stuff worked great. I had already cleaned all the old caulking off the body.

b. screwed the rails back on and used 3M strip caulk at the joints, and to cover all the holes and screw heads in the rail from the screw side. Put strip caulk in the rail along the interior seam.. Mine had it there when they came apart??? Glued in the new rubber.
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