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Old 15-05-09, 20:55
Mike Timoshyk Mike Timoshyk is offline
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Default Windshield Rubber

I purchased a 50 foot roll of 3/4 inch Tee shaped rubber molding for the windshields, It fits beautifully into the channel around the window of my Cab 13. If anyone is in need of some just PM me ....I will provide it a my cost. I am not here to make a profit. I will post a pic or 2 in the next thread....gone to find camera.


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Old 15-05-09, 21:15
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Default Rubber "protection"

Here are a couple of pics of the rubber....I ordered it from Spanauer item # 4530 it you need 50 feet. Each window uses about 5 1/2 feet.

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Old 15-05-09, 22:09
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Default You have to wonder.....

You have to wonder about a company that keeps making parts for a "wartime expedient" truck 64 years after production ended. But I'm glad that they do it.
Can you imagine trying to find any more specialized part than a nut or bolt for a current production truck in 64 years.
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Old 15-05-09, 22:28
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Interested in about 12 feet Mike. Email me at(jkh@mts.net ). Thanks Jim
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Old 16-05-09, 01:00
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Default Used on shower doors.

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You have to wonder about a company that keeps making parts for a "wartime expedient" truck 64 years after production ended. But I'm glad that they do it.
Can you imagine trying to find any more specialized part than a nut or bolt for a current production truck in 64 years.
Hi Grant

Last time I found a roll of this stuff at a glass shop I asked why they had it in stock? Guy said every thing from shower doors, to trucks, to heavy equipment. But I like the idea of the interchangeability of CMPs with shower doors.

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Old 16-07-17, 20:38
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anybody have any today or a source?
4531 is also good.
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Old 16-07-17, 22:26
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The windhsield seals for the M35 truck can be stretched to fit, and are one piece. I believe the windhield weather strip for the M939 will also work, although you will have to trim the length of the ends: http://www.eriksmilitarysurplus.com/wifrruseform.html
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Old 17-07-17, 03:08
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I have this rubber in stock. Fresh-made. By the foot. Useful on Cab 11/12/13. PM me for details.
... Brian
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Old 22-07-17, 23:57
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Helle from norway

Do you have any website adress for spandauer? I cant find any similary rubber Seal in norway, so it seems that i have to order from overseas.

Werner
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Old 23-07-17, 00:19
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Spaenaur website is here: https://spaenaur.com/

The page with the weatherstrip in question (no 4530) is here: https://spaenaur.com/pdf/sectionK/K7.pdf

If you don't need 100 feet of it, then you may want to just order it from Brian Asbury, or else order M-series ones form ebay.
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Old 23-07-17, 00:25
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Helle from norway

Do you have any website adress for spandauer? I cant find any similary rubber Seal in norway, so it seems that i have to order from overseas.

Werner
Hi Werner

Just a thought to check locally would be glass shops that do farm equipment. Or glass shower enclosures you may find that they have a roll of the T seal on the shelf.

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Old 23-07-17, 11:10
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Hello

Thanks for the reply, i am totaly missing the rubber on the window frame, so now at least i have some measurements, to check out. I will try the local stores or get som made up for me.

Werner
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Old 24-07-17, 00:50
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Werner,
Enough fresh weatherstrip to do the front windshield of an 11 or 12 Cab: $US 33 including airmail postage to Norway. If you have a Cab 13 then more money. ......... Brian
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