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Date:         Tue, 17 May 2005 18:01:25 -0500
Reply-To:     John Rodgers <inua@CHARTER.NET>
Sender:       Vanagon Mailing List <>
From:         John Rodgers <inua@CHARTER.NET>
Subject:      Re: Post chrome strip rubber cleaning Q
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>>> >> Jeff, an alternative to not having anything in that groove is to get >> some regular screen wire seal - its a roll of plastic or rubber or some >> polymer, about 1/8 in in diameter - and a seal installer - a kind of >> little wheel with a handle - lubricate the groove with a little silicone >> or even something like baby shampoo in water - and use the roller to >> roll the seal into the groove. This will tighten up the rubber. > > > Oh now John, that is just not fair! We had a perfectly good debate > going here, verging on a flamewar. And then you come along with this > completely practical and inexpensive solution and totally destroy > everyone's fun. We're sending you the "Doesn't play well with others" > t-shirt. > > (Thanks for your idea.) > Yer welcome! And I will enjoy the T-shirt! LOL!


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