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Old October 25th, 2013, 10:20 AM
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County conversion help?

Hi this is my first thread on here and just need a little bit of help,I'm turning my custom truck cab defender into a county but my only problem is I don't know what seals go in between 1. The roof and the sides 2. The sides and the tub? If anyone can help that would be great!
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Old October 25th, 2013, 10:22 AM
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Hi this is my first thread on here and just need a little bit of help,I'm turning my custom truck cab defender into a county but my only problem is I don't know what seals go in between 1. The roof and the sides 2. The sides and the tub? If anyone can help that would be great!
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County was a trim package not a body style.
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Old October 25th, 2013, 10:23 AM
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Ok I'm assuming this is not an English page as the sides are called CSW sides as in county sport wagon
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Download the parts manual here http://www.landroverweb.com/landrove...rover-manuals/
The seals you ask about should pretty much be the same for most years.
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Yeah sorry auto correct
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Picture of where you are and where you want to go will provide an accurate illustration.
That way you don't have to get use to the nomenclature straight away and can ease into it... one term at a time.

ie my vehicle is configured like this: <picture of your ride by using manage attachments>

I want to make it look like this: <Picture from web, for example>

And you could even add: <Picture of parts I am adding>

Then finally need a seal for these parts: <Picture>

And they really are worth 1000 words.
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The bottom seal between the tub and sides is a thick foam one. The one between the side and the top is a rubber one that sits in a channel.

They are spendy new.
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