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^^^ That's obviously not your real email address.
Please email me. tegger (at) tegger.com

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On 05/16/2012 12:11 PM, Tegger wrote:

why? what do you need to say in private regarding window rubbers that wouldn't benefit the rest of the forum???
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On 05/16/2012 11:12 AM, cameo wrote:

window rubbers have a good degree of road filth resistance, and that includes some oil, but nonetheless, excess oil will cause swelling and degradation.

mcmaster and/or mscdirect sell it in 3 or 4 oz tubes. but it's about $30. go online and check. it has a multitude of other uses, including brake rubber maintenance.

ok, clean away!
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May I suggest get the vehicle rust checked and get the sprayer to lay on in the doors more that normal. Worth a shot..

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On 5/17/2012 6:46 AM, Clete wrote:

Actually, there is no rusting on this car whatsoever. What solved the problem was a more generous treatment of the run channels with silicon spray, to the point that it was dripping from the bottom of the doors. It's now almost a week since that treatment without hearing any squeaks. Previously, after the lighter treatment the squeaking would return in a day.
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