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Window seals 6 days 18 hours ago #458000

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Hi from Northwich! We’re renovating our Europa 500 ES 1994 so looking for some advice on replacing the window seals? I’m not sure if the dimensions are 25mm, 27 or 35mm. Can anyone help please so I can buy the replacements?


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Window seals 6 days 11 hours ago #458013

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Measure the old one, or if not there measure the width of the window surround where the seal will sit.(outer skin to inner skin)
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Window seals 6 days 7 hours ago #458024

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Or take a piece of the old seal with you when you go to buy it.
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