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Non-grooved window seals

I've seen them on a few builds, but I can't find them in our hosts catalog.

Does anyone know where I can source some?

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i bought some for my 86 let me get the part number they are 964 rubbers
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i bought some for my 86 let me get the part number they are 964 rubbers
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I heard that the windshields are a different part number for the 964 and the rubbers wouldn't work with the 930 glass. Any insight into this?
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i heard that also...the glass is smaller you have to glue a 1/4 inch cord on to the glass before putting the rubber on....that is what i was told by another pelican
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i havent found quarter windows without moulding only the front windshield and the rear
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Pelican Parts - Product Information: 964-541-225-00-M136

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Jim!

Sold the Harley, the 930 project is in full swing (once my retaining wall is done)!!

When you coming North, I still owe you a beer or 10.
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The rear glass is larger also. I've made the original glass work in the rear of a racecar by gluing thick, solid electrical wire to the edge of the glass to make it work. I've seen others use what looked like rubber rope about 4mm in diameter.

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When I picked my engine up in SC last fall I noticed that Larry had a 930 with solid rubber trim on the WS and rear glass. I didn't notice the side windows though.
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believe me i looked for a long time
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The threads seem very inconclusive and contradictory, but it also seems the 993 windshield will fit the earlier turbo's - using the adhesive and the multi-piece but trimless gasket. ??
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Yes, you can install the entire 993 windshield assembly: glass, seals, interior mirror.
It has that flush mount look, no trim.
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Yes, you can install the entire 993 windshield assembly: glass, seals, interior mirror.
It has that flush mount look, no trim.
you can also use 964 glass, i just did this to my 930, fit perfect

but the glass and the seals have to match!

ie: 964 windshield with 964 seal

i didnt measure before i installed, but by eye, the new glass looks to be a bit bigger
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Anyone know where I can find some of the rubber cord, that's mentioned?

Thanks Brian
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