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T-Top P-Seals From Mustang Parts Supplier by canfirst
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Report this Post10-14-2013 12:44 PM Click Here to See the Profile for canfirstClick Here to Email canfirstSend a Private Message to canfirstEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I understand that Fiero T-Top P-seals are no longer available.
Check out the following source for P-seals made for Mustang T-Tops that appear to be quite similar.

http://www.cjponyparts.com/...d-1981-1988/p/WSTT8/
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I bought a set for my TTOP. I didn't get a chance to install them because the double sided tape crapped out on my before I could install. I kept them in the package for about 6 months and when I went to put them on the "sticky" was gone. They look to fit with some trimming around the "H" beam. The worst part is that the sticky was gone from the mounting side (to my car) but not from the rubber seal. If I could have gotten all of it off, i was going to put some new 3M tape on it.

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Report this Post10-16-2013 01:44 AM Click Here to See the Profile for canfirstClick Here to Email canfirstSend a Private Message to canfirstEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Does anyone know if "Super stik" automotive weatherstrip tape is available in Canada or if there's a comparable tape available? Thanks!
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I think this type of weatherstrip tape is available at CanadianTire in many size.
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Originally posted by canfirst:

I understand that Fiero T-Top P-seals are no longer available.
Check out the following source for P-seals made for Mustang T-Tops that appear to be quite similar.

http://www.cjponyparts.com/...d-1981-1988/p/WSTT8/


I had no idea (the real NOS style) Fiero p-seals were sold out! www.fieroparts.com

I have a set of the Mustang seals, I can tell you that are not the same. They are a bit wider and made of a rubber compound and do make it harder to get the Fiero T-tops on the car.
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Make your own.


I've done this twice. Each time the "sticky" wears out and the foam will sag under the weight of the glass. It will last a few years but its not the best solution.

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The foam should be beside the edge of the glass, not under it. Consider using a thinner foam. And be sure to use automotive insulating foam, not household foam. The adhesive is better on the automotive product.

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Has anybody tried these p seals,
http://www.cjponyparts.com/...d-1981-1988/p/WSTT8/
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Dumb questions. Will this work with th'87 T-tops ?? If so does anyone have another picture of the p-seals installed without the glass in?? I have a '87 t-top and only strips on mine is the two "U" shaped strips under the glass.
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Originally posted by NightMare Cruiser:

Dumb questions. Will this work with th'87 T-tops ?? If so does anyone have another picture of the p-seals installed without the glass in?? I have a '87 t-top and only strips on mine is the two "U" shaped strips under the glass.


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Originally posted by NightMare Cruiser:

Dumb questions. Will this work with th'87 T-tops ?? If so does anyone have another picture of the p-seals installed without the glass in?? I have a '87 t-top and only strips on mine is the two "U" shaped strips under the glass.


I will try to take a picture tomorrow afternoon since I have an 87 Mera with C&C t-tops.

Pictures are posted below. If you want better ones send me a PM or e-mail and I will try to help out.







Nelson

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