Load of "Cobblers" they are avaliable seperately, but they are not cheap £140.00 each in the U.K.andyaa said:I had enquired with Land Rover and was told that if I wanted new ones I had to get the glass as well which was prohibitively expensive.
Yes, that's what I understand. One of my trims had been removed by the dealer (for previous owner) to fix a leak in the rear window. The dealer glued it back on with some sort of heat softening mastic that kept dribbling down the window. I got sick of it and pulled it off, cleaned it all up, and reglued it to the window.Max said:The trim part that the dealer was probably referring to is the one on top, bottom, and part of the D pillar, that surrounds the other 3 sides of the quarter window, thats only available with the glass.
Bostik Auto/Marine seal'n'flex polyurethane adhesive sealant (black) p/n 329002Max said:Ron,
What type of glue did you use when you glue the piece back on? Mine had a black goop substance on it, im assuming its something specific for windshields and glass. Thanks.
I didn't think there was any adhesive there. There wasn't on either quarter panel on mine.viperover said:Gee, you're all lucky cos the ones I've seen over here the glass normally breaks as the adhesive is so strong where its attached to the panel on the front edge....