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Old 12-11-2020, 06:08 AM   #1
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Window channel runs on sale..... better get a set. I just replaced my pathfinder seals last month and there are no more leaks and no more window rattling.

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Thanks for the heads up. The window weather strips trim that sit at the top of the door is more priority for me. That's on my someday todo list. Another thing that would take priority for me is my sunroof weather stripping. It's held in there so far but I know it's getting old.
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Old 12-11-2020, 09:55 PM   #3
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Window channel runs on sale..... better get a set. I just replaced my pathfinder seals last month and there are no more leaks and no more window rattling.

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How well do they fit to fill in the same area as the stock seals?
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Pretty darn close to oem. They are a pain in the ass..... mainly because the rubber is new. A can of Silicone spray really helped.
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I replaced my window channels last year, from Taiwan if I remember right. Occasionally I must re silicone spray the groove on the drivers side when the after factory power window slows down.
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i had to look what oem ones go for, and these seem like a much better alternative.
thanks for the heads up!
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Occasionally I must re silicone spray the groove on the drivers side when the after factory power window slows down.
So, is your window motor doing ok? Have you looked into a new motor yet?
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I replaced channels at the same time I upgraded to power windows. Motors were new at that time. Things are still stiff after a year because I only drive the truck on the weekends. I also replaced the inner and outer "squeegees" She asked me if it was tight, I told her "No, it is just FULL"/
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Old 12-17-2020, 06:07 PM   #9
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Are these the same for all year hardbodies?
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Old 12-18-2020, 12:28 AM   #10
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Yes that is correct.
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