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Old October 12th, 2016, 10:52 PM
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110 CSW winds shield to roof seals

Another case of not enough documentation and too much time lapsed. I've dug around online and here and can't really find this info.

Anyhow I hope to be installing my freshly painted roof tomorrow on my '97 110 CSW(weather permitting) and am after a bit of info in regards to the roof seals.

I'm trying to figure out the correct orientation of the upper and lower roof to windscreen seals.
Obviously the upper seals position is dictated by the channel in the roof, but the lower one gets stuck on the windscreen frame and could be moved a fair bit. Is the lower seal supposed to line up with the middle channel of the upper seal (as pictured) or should it be offset?

Also I have these two other square foam seals (LR055343) that fit in somewhere near the front corners of the roof, again can't be quite sure where exactly.

Help is greatly appreciated!

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edit: wrong link at first

Try looking here:
http://www.landroverweb.com/landrove...sel-v8-petrol/
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Old October 13th, 2016, 01:15 AM
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edit: wrong link at first

Try looking here:
Land Rover Defender Manuals and Parts Catalogue | Landroverweb.com
Any suggestions as to which document would have that info? The workshop manuals aren't very specific (unless I'm missing something).

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Old October 13th, 2016, 08:43 AM
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Will this should help. The seals go as you have them in the picture. I believe the blocks are smushed into the corners where there are loads of odd edges and angles. It'll still leak there anyway LOL. The blocks could also be for the tops of the B pillar??
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Will I juts did a cross reference of the foam block part number and it is for the corner of the roof as I posted above. MUC6400 is the old PN.
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Will I juts did a cross reference of the foam block part number and it is for the corner of the roof as I posted above. MUC6400 is the old PN.


Ok so kind of just after where the rubber seal ends. Thanks Kevin!


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