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Date:         Mon, 16 May 2005 09:33:23 -0600
Reply-To:     Aaron Pearson <Aaron.Pearson@GXT.COM>
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From:         Aaron Pearson <Aaron.Pearson@GXT.COM>
Subject:      Re: Help me order rubber and window bits
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okay, thanks. sometimes these list emails are a little hard to read... is it someone's actual experience, or just what they're "prety sure" would happen. i guess i'll be replacing rubber soon.

aaron '87 syncro gl

-----Original Message----- From: Kim Brennan [mailto:kimbrennan@MAC.COM] Sent: Monday, May 16, 2005 9:24 AM To: vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM Subject: Re: Help me order rubber and window bits

Yes, I have. That's why I mentioned it. The plastic strip was formerly installed on the windshield of the Goldbrick, but now (with it removed), it leaks in heavy rain (and has begun to rust all around.)

GoWesty is in California, where it tends to be drier than elsewhere.

On May 16, 2005, at 10:54 AM, Aaron Pearson wrote:

> gowesty claims that removing the "chrome" trim does not affect > water-sealing (they even say "contrary to popular belief" in their > write-up). has anyone atually had the opposite experience on their > own van? i've already yanked the molding out of one of the windows. > i'm saving the others for a rainy day.

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