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Old July 29th, 2013, 05:37 PM
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ECR Now Installing our Rubber Window Channel Kits!

We're happy to announce that East Coast Rover ECR is now installing our Replacement Rubber Window Channel Kits!

Contact ECR and eliminate that window rattle once-and-for-all!

http://www.eastcoastrover.com


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13 Merrill Drive
Rockland, ME 04841 USA
Phone: 207-594-8086
Fax: 207-594-8120

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Monday-Thursday 8:00am to 5:00pm Eastern
Friday 8:00am to 2:30pm Eastern
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Old July 29th, 2013, 06:10 PM
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Old July 29th, 2013, 06:18 PM
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That's great Paul!
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Great to hear - I have the rear sliding ones installed on my D110 - works great!
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Does this replace the felt in the rears?
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Does this replace the felt in the rears?
Yes, this replaces the factory felts that wear out and degrade causing the rattle. Our rubber extrusion not only eliminates the rattle, but customers are noting less wind noise from the rear of the vehicle when traveling at highway speeds due to the improved seal.

You can see product details on our website http://www.garrisonoutfitters.com

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Paul, just received the side window kit and I'm blown away by it, great work! I pulled one window tonight and in addition to the rivets there was double sided foam tape holding it in place. I don't know if someone had these out previously from the truck (maybe when the exo cage went in), but is this needed or necessary for reassembly or are the rivets sufficient?
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Old August 8th, 2013, 08:03 PM
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Hi Tony,

Thanks for the kind words! That foam tape is a weather seal. You need to keep that. You'll see in the instructions that you just just slice it at either end of the window frame to get the two sections apart.

Good luck and keep me posted. You can also email us directly at support@garrisonoutfitters.com

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Sorry, should have been more specific: mine has foam double sided tape (and it looks like dum dum) that was adhering the frame to the body work, I.e. in addition to the rivets holding the frame to the truck, there was tape. Any point in putting new on after I clean the old stuff up?
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So, I would like to get this kit to install for my front windows but it would be first time tinkering on my truck and want to know if I have the right tools. I am not the most handy of people but would like to be able to do a lot of the non mecahnical stuff on my truck. So what tools do you need for this project? thanks
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So, I would like to get this kit to install for my front windows but it would be first time tinkering on my truck and want to know if I have the right tools. I am not the most handy of people but would like to be able to do a lot of the non mecahnical stuff on my truck. So what tools do you need for this project? thanks
If you search Garrison Outfitters I think we have most of the instructions on this forum.
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The youtube they posted for the side windows was extremely helpful (and really well produced). I'm sure the video for the door tops will get you most of the way there. I really can't speak highly enough about this product, I just finished the first of the side windows and it took very little time and worked very well. Money very well spent.
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Sorry, should have been more specific: mine has foam double sided tape (and it looks like dum dum) that was adhering the frame to the body work, I.e. in addition to the rivets holding the frame to the truck, there was tape. Any point in putting new on after I clean the old stuff up?
Sorry for the delayed reply,

I would get rid of all that double-sided tape as its not needed. Just be sure that it didn't damage they gray foam weather seal as you don't want to get water leaks.

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So, I would like to get this kit to install for my front windows but it would be first time tinkering on my truck and want to know if I have the right tools. I am not the most handy of people but would like to be able to do a lot of the non mecahnical stuff on my truck. So what tools do you need for this project? thanks
Hi Neal,

You will need the following;

Power drill, 1/8" metal drill bit, POP rivet gun (handheld manual is fine), needle-nose pliers, flathead screwdriver, metal file (not required for all installations), eye protection, paper towels or rags, soap and water solution, household cleaner/degreaser, hammer, nail punch.

I think you'll find the videos helpful. http://www.youtube.com/garrisonoutfitters

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