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do's anyone have tip's or experience with a leaky windshield on a 1970 c10 pickup?
I have the proper gasket with chrome trim, the first glass install was done with urethane sealer, when that leaked i returned to the installer. this t ime he used urethane between the gasket and the glass as well as between the gasket and channel. and made quite the mess! Then the glass was reinstalled with a new persicion gasket with no sealer per percision's recomendation. it still leaks
posted: November 6, 2013
 
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have you checked the roof where it meets the dripedge for small pinholes allowing water to go between the outer and inner panels of roof ? can be done by applying carefully small amount of water on roof not going over the dripedge .
posted:  November 6, 2013
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