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Re: urq window problems
On Mon, 8 Mar 1999, Huw Powell wrote:
]the factory glue there is phenomenal, I once spent 4 hours removing a
]carrier from a window.
cool, it was glued. there is no evidence of glue on
my carrier, in fact, the bottom of the inside was rather
filthy with dirt.
i guess this would be a good job for jb weld, if i decide
to go with glue. seems kind of messy, after i already
gunked it all up with silicone. ooooops.
when one does use glue, is it best to attatch the carrier
with the system in place, or when the glass and carrier
are removed from the car?
]Anyway, you could try a piece of bicycle inner tube cut into a long
]rectangle, wrapped aroudn the bottom of the window where it goes into
]the carrier. Should hold it quite nicely (btdt). make sure it is
]aligned properly tho'
very good idea! oddly enough, i just saw a couple
of inner tubes at a little sidewalk sale. i passed
on them, opting to load in the cat tower/scratching
post and sf street sign ("linda") into the coupe.
heeeeey now i know what to do with it. i'm going
to send it to linda at carlsen (that is her name,
right?) and sign it "love, the quattro list".
sound like a plan?
two strokes are faster than four!
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'83 ur-q - yamaha rz350 - suzuki ts250 - chaotic good