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Old 05-11-2018, 01:37 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me what the thickness of the rubber blocks under the earlier windshields in the 240s is? I want to say about 6mm. Have never found them under the later, flush glasses, only the metal molding style.

An odd bit of info, I know. Any help appreciated!
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Old 05-11-2018, 01:55 PM   #2
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They're included in the 3M windshield kit.

To answer your question a fat 1/4 yes.
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Old 05-11-2018, 02:04 PM   #3
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Part number on the 3M kit for the 240?
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Ken, I absolutely knew you would be the one with the data. Thanks.


High-Strength Multipurpose Neoprene Strip
Adhesive-Back, with Certificate, 1/4" Thick, 2" x 36"
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60A (Medium Hard)
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Part number on the 3M kit for the 240?
3M 08612 Window-Weld 3/8' x 15' Round Ribbon Sealer Kit $21.80



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Ken, I absolutely knew you would be the one with the data. Thanks.


High-Strength Multipurpose Neoprene Strip
Adhesive-Back, with Certificate, 1/4" Thick, 2" x 36"
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60A (Medium Hard)

Or TB style™ cut out a couple strips of tire sidewall near the tread so you get the right thickness.

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Old 05-11-2018, 08:29 PM   #7
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The strip I listed is just PSA on rubber. Should be perfect. And enough for about 500 windshields too.
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Thx Ken! 'Bout ready to tackle mine...
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Thx Ken! 'Bout ready to tackle mine...
Grab some kerosene and a 1x2 stick with an angled point to deal with the butyl in the pinch weld.

Oh and don't forget to cover your dash to keep the wild strands of goo off of it.
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Yeah - lots of inside masking (after removing dash cap) and outside masking. Try to leave the campsite better’n I found it.
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Old 09-23-2018, 05:03 PM   #11
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Ended up using WindshieldsToGo to source a new windshield locally. The first was an FYG unit that I turned down - they stored it on its end and pinched up the rubber seal pretty badly - creased in a few places so I didn't think it would 'relax' out. Second unit came from Pilkington - stored flat so rubber trim was like new. Have the window seal kit Redwood recommended on the way.

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Not to thread jack but do you think this kit will work on the 262c windshield? Can't see why not but would like confirmation. Also what to use to get stainless trim back on? Just some butyl tape? thx
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Ended up using WindshieldsToGo to source a new windshield locally. The first was an FYG unit that I turned down - they stored it on its end and pinched up the rubber seal pretty badly - creased in a few places so I didn't think it would 'relax' out. Second unit came from Pilkington - stored flat so rubber trim was like new. Have the window seal kit Redwood recommended on the way.

Have a part number for that Windshield? Did that windshield come with the rubber on it and is that a flush mount glass?
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Not to thread jack but do you think this kit will work on the 262c windshield? Can't see why not but would like confirmation. Also what to use to get stainless trim back on? Just some butyl tape? thx
Yes it will work and probably to secure the trim as well.

Eye-talian style.
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Have a part number for that Windshield? Did that windshield come with the rubber on it and is that a flush mount glass?
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Have a part number for that Windshield? Did that windshield come with the rubber on it and is that a flush mount glass?
Edit - FW667 -- I believe that's some sort of 'application' number as the windshieldstogo email referenced it from both windshield suppliers. It is flush mount - that's the only option today for a new windshield. Redwood knows more than I -- but I believe the Bertone's use the same windshield - it's simply raked-back at a steeper angle than in the standard 200 series.

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DW667 -- I believe that's some sort of 'application' number as the windshieldstogo email referenced it from both windshield suppliers. It is flush mount - that's the only option today for a new windshield. Redwood knows more than I -- but I believe the Bertone's use the same windshield - it's simply raked-back at a steeper angle than in the standard 200 series.
Nope it's unique to the 262s.
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Coupe window is shorter.
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Yes it will work and probably to secure the trim as well.

Eye-talian style.
So 2 kits? One for glass and one for trim?
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Thx for learnin’ me on the Bertone screen size.
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So 2 kits? One for glass and one for trim?
Dunno the 262 C windshield I pulled for David Samuels was a replacement and the trim was just stuck on there with the butyl goo.

pat244ti cut some cowl metal in Oakland on an OG 262 and would know how the trim was stuck better than I.
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The Volvo part number for the 262C windshield trim butyl is 1161782. I don't know if it's thinner or shorter than the windshield butyl but the part number is different.

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Michael did the glass come with the rubber trim attached? I have yet to remove my glass in hope to find a good one local.
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The Volvo part number for the 262C windshield trim butyl is 1161782. I don't know if it's thinner or shorter than the windshield butyl but the part number is different.

I guess a different part number because the window is shorter so you get a shorter roll???
Is that a stock photo or are you selling ?
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It takes one of each for a 262C. It uses the same part number for the windshield butyl as all the other 200 series cars (1161785) and 1161782 for the trim.

I stole the pic from some Russian website. I don't have it in stock.
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