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Old 04-06-2016, 05:32 PM   #1
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Front window tape

My class A has one sided tape with adhesive on back side tape is rubber 1/16th in thick width 1 3/8th in it is flat, not foam but neoprene as best I can tell,local glass company's no help. picture to help.any one no where it can be squired.Click image for larger version

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Old 04-07-2016, 10:22 AM   #2
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My class A has one sided tape with adhesive on back side tape is rubber 1/16th in thick width 1 3/8th in it is flat, not foam but neoprene as best I can tell,local glass company's no help. picture to help.any one no where it can be squired.Attachment 123364
What is the year, make and model of your class A?
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Old 04-07-2016, 01:38 PM   #3
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Old 04-07-2016, 03:06 PM   #4
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This might be a 3M adhesive tape like they use on body trim etc.

My front window has a gutter across the top to divert water from the roof off to the sides. ~5 years ago it started to separate and fall down, luckily I caught it before it got bad.

I pulled it all the way off and cleaned both pieces then used the 3M tape to put it back. I then used the black windshield caulk to cover the seam, smoothed it out with my finger spaying WD40 on my finger to make a nice smooth transition. Must have doe a decent job as it's still in place today and you can't tell it is actually 2 pieces of rubber.
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Many manufacturers use butyl tape between the window flange and wall. I was able to buy it at RV stores.
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Am I correct that this is around the windshield? Have talked with a windshield installer about this trip as it looks pretty common.
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I have talked to installers they seem to be ignorant as to tape.and yes you are correct it is around entire windshield thank you Ken
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Ken,

See you live in Oregon, have you reached out to Coach Glass in Coburg? We buy all of our windshields from them, as well as any required gasket for the windshield.
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no , But will call coach Glass First thing Monday Thank you Ken
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