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    Default Where to buy exterior window weatherstrip mould

    Hello,
    As the title says I'm after the plastic strips that sit against the window, they are starting to scratch my window.
    I removed them and cleaned it but it made no difference.
    Is there another place that sells new parts? I can't find anything on the net using Google or ebay
    I rang Peugeot and they have it on back order which is very far away and considering my a/c died and summer is here I can't afford to wait as I need to use my window lol. It's for 206gti 180.

    Thanks in advance

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    I couldn't find anywhere so I purchased them from Peugeot on back order. Should see them in 2months

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    Tried Rare Spares?

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    Thanks they didn't have any either.

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    G'day,
    have you tried ebay in England and France ? Or even Clarke Rubber ?
    Last edited by pug206gti; 12th November 2017 at 04:51 PM.
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    I wonder if there is a paint based Teflon coating that could be applied (like nail polish in thickness) to the original plastic, or if the design would allow for stick on strips of nylon/Teflon soft bristle material that could be adapted easily. Just a thought.

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    Hello, I tried overseas and couldn't not find anything repo.
    Ken probably could be done but it's a lot of effort when I can wait the 2months for the oem parts, which is the choice I've taken. Thanks everyone for the help.


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