FRONT SCREEN

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lencot76
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FRONT SCREEN

Postby lencot76 » Sun Nov 15, 2015 12:43 pm

I have just fitted a new screen rubber,from Baines.Does it require much physical effort to refit the screen I am recovering from a heart op,so I have to be careful.I have a friend to help,so is it best to start from the bottom of the screen re the string pulling .I have left the rear screen at the moment,before I lose heart and thought I would give myself something else to do .Just resprayed the seats and door card and as usual they have come up great Len

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Re: FRONT SCREEN

Postby bmcecosse » Sun Nov 15, 2015 8:07 pm

Front screens slip in easily enough. Again - best done on a warm day with sun on the car to make the rubber pliable.... Not easy in this weather.
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Re: FRONT SCREEN

Postby DAVIDMCCULLOUGH » Sun Nov 15, 2015 11:50 pm

Usually not to bad but the last say 6 or 8 inches can be tight. The chrome trim takes more effort to fit tho, I find it difficult just coming along to the corners and the extra effort you need to push the rubber open going round them!! :)


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Re: FRONT SCREEN

Postby TDV102 » Thu Nov 19, 2015 9:18 pm

Difficult is fitting a splitscreen single handed like I did years ago.


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