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Username Post: Windshield sealing GMC Vandura        (Topic#358723)
Casi 
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Reg: 10-22-19
11-05-19 07:09 PM - Post#2779638    

Hello everyone,
I`m new here and I want to warmly welcome you all.
I`ve got some questions about the windshield sealing on my 1994 GMC Vandura, that has to be removed due to rust. I think it`s glued in and I`m wondering wether it`s possible to build in the older type of sealing which is not glued in. Is the frame in the body the same or does it depend on the type of seal – that means glued in or not.
Maybe I`m wrong but I think it`s easier to work with the old rubber sealing.


94 GMC Vandura G2500 5.7L V8


 
someotherguy 
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11-07-19 06:51 AM - Post#2779718    
    In response to Casi

One of our van members will have to correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought all the G-van bodies of this era had the traditional rubber windshield seal, not glued-in glass like the trucks?

The part # is 15976686 but some sources refer to it as molding, others call it weatherstrip...

Richard

06 Silverado ISS / 06 Silverado SS / 06 300C SRT8


 
gcrkfrd 
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11-07-19 07:11 AM - Post#2779720    
    In response to someotherguy

yes, the Van, both Chevy, and GMC, used the same body from 75 to 95, trucks did not.



 
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