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Old 07-26-2016, 02:23 PM   #1
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Help with window seal

Hey everyone. Took the trailer out this past weekend and while walking around, I noticed one of the window seals as come detached. I will try and explain this the best I can. on one window that slides open, there is a strip of rubber seal that goes vertically between the two pieces of glass. Right down the middle. Well, on the bottom of that seal, it has come detached from the seal running horizontally at the bottom. There appears to be a black type rubber sealer/bond material were these met. Does anyone know what this stuff is so that I can purchase some and fix it myself? Thanks so much.
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I have a product in my tool box , that I may have liberated from the body shop attached to the dealership where I worked , that may be what you need .
Here's the info off the tube .

Pro-Form ( A Teknol company)
PF 222
Weather- Skin Mastic

Use to repair cut or torn weatherstrip gaskets .

I've used this on torn door seals, on my mini van , and I'm, 100% satisfied with the result.
But I don't know where you'd find it to buy any .
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