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    Rear Window Upper Outer Moulding

    Hey everyone,

    Recently, the rubber on my rear window upper outer moulding has started to peel. I'm talking about the bar above the rear window where the windshield fluid nozzle is. Is there any way to fix this by replacing the rubber, or am I going to need a new moulding. Also, I've noticed that the moulding starts to oxidize pretty quickly where the rubber peels. Any solutions for this until I can get it fixed? Thanks

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    On mine, the plastic has pulled a wee bit on the ends; nothing horrible, but I've mulled buying new (3SX used to list them, Cherry hill should be another option), or removing the trim to take the plastic off, then scuffing it lightly and shooting it with zinc chromate or something.

    Have never gotten around to it, though...
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