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Old 05-12-2012, 11:35 AM   #1
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Replaced stationary window gaskets

I just replaced the gaskets on 3 of my stationary windows. All were pulling away from the frame and when I took them off you could see why. They after time got somewhat brittle and less flexible. I order the gasket material from Hehr. I was having a difficult time trying to push the gasket into the frame and window. Then the light went on After lubricating it with silicon I rolled it in at a right angle to the glass/frame, works great. Here are some pictures.
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Looks good... gotta do this myself
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We need to do this also... How did you pick which rubber seal you needed ??
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I looked at my old one and on the Hehr web site I picked the sationary gasket I believe #G. When you call them if you are unsure maybe you could cut a piece and mail it to then to get what you need. I can tell you 20' doesn't go far, I did 3 windows and have about 3' left.

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