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ejt7777

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Hi all,

I would like to do a tidying job on the rear light blocks - the interface between the blocks and the GRP was done via black mastic by the previous owner, which is poorly smeared around the main bodywork. The Cat manual states a "strip of black piping" should be put in between the two - does anyone have any (non-mastic) recommendations that would look better please?

Likewise, the windscreen has excessive clear mastic on the lower scuttle/dash panel interface which needs tidying - has anyone used any rubber channeling/other on this? 

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Ed

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Normally it's a rubber trim that has a flat edge to it to trap under the joint. The trim is a smaller size for the lights and bigger to go round the window.

Contact Laura at Tiger and she'll confirm what you need and the sizes - it's not expensive.

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That’s just what I was hoping for - thanks for the quick response, much appreciated.

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I used some of this at the bottom of the glass in the channel:

    https://www.woolies-trim.co.uk/product/1649/small-window-channel

I used this pushed into the gap between the screen and frame around the top/sides of the screen both inside and out:

    https://www.europaspares.com/plastic-pin-piping.html
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Thanks for the links - much appreciated.

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