Re: Cracked It!
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> Richard wrote:
>> Offered up a second time (much better) and pulled and
>> pulled. The screen settled back nicely. Smugly we tugged
>> twine for the last couple of inches.
>> Yep, Autoglass come tomorrow with a nice new tinted
> Can you watch him closely and get him to reveal his
> secrets, then
> report back to the group?!
>> Well at least we tried!
> That's the spirit!
> William MacLeod
I watched the whole process from removal to clean up. He
made it look so easy! I think the key point that I learned
is that he used a lot of lubricant around the seal before
offering up to the Land Rover. Just slipped in without any
He used the process that you described in an earlier thread.
The piece of rope about the size you would use for a washing
line was pushed into the seal which was then lubricated. He
then started pulling from the bottom centre outwards taking
care to keep things even. Round the two bottom corners, up
the sides, into the top corners ending up in the middle top.
Less than a minute I'd say!
I'd certainly try again having watched closely how it was
done. LOTS & LOTS of lubricant......
I hope now that my feet will stay dry and passenger
Now to find the leak in the roof - been looking for two