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57burb
Posted 2019-03-11 3:47 PM (#579185)
Subject: What is this piece of weatherstrip called?



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I ordered a pair of "A-436 Quarter window divider rubber" pieces from Andy Bernbaum. They are the correct, vertical piece that seals the front door glass to the rear quarter glass.

I was expecting it to also include something to seal up the area under the quarter window. As you can see, these parts have been gone on my '57 Chrysler 2dr hardtop since the day I found it.

Anyone have a source for this part? Thank you!

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LD3 Greg
Posted 2019-03-11 4:22 PM (#579188 - in reply to #579185)
Subject: RE: What is this piece of weatherstrip called?


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57burb - 2019-12-11 3:47 PM

I ordered a pair of "A-436 Quarter window divider rubber" pieces from Andy Bernbaum. They are the correct, vertical piece that seals the front door glass to the rear quarter glass.

I was expecting it to also include something to seal up the area under the quarter window. As you can see, these parts have been gone on my '57 Chrysler 2dr hardtop since the day I found it.

Anyone have a source for this part? Thank you!


They always used to have that piece attached to the verticals. Secured to the window by a little screw??
Did you question "Andy" ?

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57burb
Posted 2019-03-11 5:24 PM (#579190 - in reply to #579188)
Subject: RE: What is this piece of weatherstrip called?



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Thanks, Greg. I had not. I assumed I just needed to order a different part. But I did just contact them. I'll let you know what they say. Thanks again!
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57burb
Posted 2019-03-12 12:45 PM (#579242 - in reply to #579190)
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Small update. Alex from Bernbaum's responded, and let me know that must be the part for an Imperial, which only has the vertical pieces. They keep the two items next to each other, and this must have been a mistake on their end. They are sending the correct part and I should see it in 2-3 days. Thanks for the help, Greg!
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Posted 2019-03-12 1:10 PM (#579244 - in reply to #579242)
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57burb - 2019-12-12 12:45 PM

Small update. Alex from Bernbaum's responded, and let me know that must be the part for an Imperial, which only has the vertical pieces. They keep the two items next to each other, and this must have been a mistake on their end. They are sending the correct part and I should see it in 2-3 days. Thanks for the help, Greg!


Happy to help and BTW, that area can chafe badly during operation. I would also use weatherstrip adhesive when you install it because those bits often break off.

Greg
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Posted 2019-03-14 9:27 PM (#579339 - in reply to #579185)
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