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Old 11-18-2004, 05:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Any ideas where I can buy repalcement window rubbers. I have a 323i SE 1996 4 door saloon?
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If by rubber you mean the rubber lip at the bottom of each window, I changed mine after an hailstorm... Bought them at dealership, does not cost a lot but are a pain to install... There is a thin aluminium sheet in these and if you do a bump on it, you can't really hide it... be cautious
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If by rubber you mean the rubber lip at the bottom of each window, I changed mine after an hailstorm... Bought them at dealership, does not cost a lot but are a pain to install... There is a thin aluminium sheet in these and if you do a bump on it, you can't really hide it... be cautious
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Thanks but I'm looking to replace the whole surround, I have some that are starting to split and make the car look untidy so I thought I would bite the bullet and do them all.
I've arranged to have the front and rear windscreens popped out , new rubbers fitted and the screens re-fitted by an auto glass company but I wanted to get the door glass surrounds done as well.
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I read somewhere that rather than replacing your window rubbers so often, just climb under the car and give it a vasectomy.
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Hahahaha.... ha... dealership is the place to get them.. either that or try and contact the guy that owns... www.bimmerparts.com he might have some for you...

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