Exterior rubber bits

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Exterior rubber bits

Postby woot woot » Mon Jun 20, 2011 4:48 am

Hi all,
My rubbers around my windsheild and windows and side windows is lifting off the car. Sort of new to working on the exterior of the car but wanted any info on how to take it off and replace or to patch it up. Did not really want to use black silicon to patch up the gaps. lol
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Re: Exterior rubber bits

Postby Brad_91 » Tue Jun 21, 2011 2:22 am

I have a similar thing going on.. I believe it is the seal that is peeling off so I'm interested in any tips as well!
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Re: Exterior rubber bits

Postby Toyota_Todd » Fri Jun 24, 2011 7:26 pm

These are only servicable when you remove the windshield or the back glass. You may have to Mcguyver them in place otherwise.

Front windshield moulding #75531-20350 $70.65 retail

Rear hatchback glass moulding #75571-20430 $61.85 retail

Got a set of new mouldings chilling in my garage because some D-bag doesn't know how to use a buffer and ruined them. Its one of those projects that I have not set up with the glass installers yet.
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Re: Exterior rubber bits

Postby woot woot » Sun Jun 26, 2011 12:02 am

I had a feeling it was going to involve getting it professionally installed. Thanks for the info. The rear got replaced by the previous owner due to being smashed in for some reason had a funky smell on the carpet and a swimming pool in the spare wheel well.
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Re: Exterior rubber bits

Postby Hotrodhendrix » Mon Aug 15, 2011 5:55 pm

Toyota_Todd wrote:These are only servicable when you remove the windshield or the back glass. You may have to Mcguyver them in place otherwise.

Front windshield moulding #75531-20350 $70.65 retail

Rear hatchback glass moulding #75571-20430 $61.85 retail

Got a set of new mouldings chilling in my garage because some D-bag doesn't know how to use a buffer and ruined them. Its one of those projects that I have not set up with the glass installers yet.


Thanks for this info. My local toyota dealer told me the rear was discontinued a few months back. He is not the smartest cookie in the jar. :P
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Re: Exterior rubber bits

Postby Toyota_Todd » Mon Aug 15, 2011 7:23 pm

Nope, still available. Actually sold mine to Marlon and reordered it again for myself about 2 weeks ago. Sounds like some dealers just don't like to make money.
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