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    Default 404 window licks

    Can anyone who has replaced the window "licks " on 404 doors suggest a source please ?

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    (the rubber section that fits in chrome strip that bares on the window glass on exterior)

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    Dano organised a bulk order of the right rubbers a year or so ago

    The ones available in Oz through places like Scott's Antique Auto rubbers were too short and don't reach the glass reliably

    The ones Dano organised are perfect

    I think it had to be done as a bulk order, but he should still have the details of whom to approach

    Also remember that if water is getting into your 404 doors a lot of it is wicked/breathed/evaporated up from below as well, so this needs attention too.

    Best Wishes

    Andrew

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    Hi Andrew and Alpine,

    Thanks for the credit Andrew, but it was actually Demannu who organised the bulk order. He may still have some left? If not, Serie04 are the go. The link below is the product.

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    I hope this helps.

    Cheers

    Dano

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    Alpine,

    Further to my last reply, unfortunately it appears that Serieo4 are out of stock. The Peugeot Museum, parts division also has nil stock, but Boutique de la 404 do.

    Link below.

    http://www.boutique-de-la-404.com/en...-de-vitre.html


    Freight is a little more expensive.

    Cheers,

    Dano

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    Boys, would "Old Era Services" @ Old~Era Services (Email on...... [email protected])be able to help? They supplied all the correct rubber needed for my 203 resto. including 'lickers'.
    Worth an ask and they are in NSW at Gloucester.
    Cheers. Deane.
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