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Unread 12-26-2012, 01:53 PM   #1
bobthecatkiller
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Windsheild molding/weatherstripping.

My jeeps kinda like frankinstine right now, after my gun died while painting with monstaliner I'm stuck with a jeep that's partially painted and alot of the interior is not together, to make matters worse i took the molding around the windshield off, I had no clue at the time that its not suppose to come off but what's done is done.
Anyways it is my only vehicle besides my girls lexus and with this snow storm coming I'm scared I won't be able to make it to work (I work the night shift so when I'm getting out the roads usually are not plowed) I want to be able to take my jeep to work so I'm not stuck there in the morning but idk if not having the molding is a huge issue or not?
With all this said I do have a guy coming to install a new windshield just not until Friday

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Unread 12-26-2012, 07:26 PM   #2
DustinJeep1993
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The molding shouldn't be a big deal. the trucks at work don't have windshield molding on them. That's just to make it look pretty
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