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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-08-2001, 08:59 PM
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hard top rubber blocks

I have a 92 wrangler and winner is coming and i'd like to find a set of those rubber blocks that go between teh windshield frame and the hard top does anyone have a set laying around they wana sell cheap??

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Re: hard top rubber blocks

Hey TugBoat, my 92 Wrangler doesnt have any rubber blocks.....just a foam rubber seal.

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Re: hard top rubber blocks

Mine has a dab of black silicone.

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Re: hard top rubber blocks

I have one. For the other I pump in silicone. Had em both it was quieter with them. Whithout one, it whistles.

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Re: hard top rubber blocks

I think he means the two molded rubber end pieces at each side of the front of the hard top. They are usually glued in place with the rest of the rubber strip gasket where the top sits on the windshield frame.
Sorry, no spares, but one keeps falling out whenever I remove my top.
One day I will glue it back in.


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