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Old 11-12-2017, 10:54 AM
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3rd door window weather strip

Has anyone replaced the weather strip on the 3rd door window, the piece that just slides on to the right side of the glass? Mine is sun worn and crumbling and I can't seem to find it on Mini part sites unless it's part of the door rubber seals, which I don't need right now.... Just that small strip of rubber.

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http://new.minimania.com/part/G2NMX1...em-R55-Clubman

Are you talking about this piece? or the vertical piece that goes between the clubman side door and the quarter glass? I believe that trim piece is part of the glass
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http://new.minimania.com/part/G2NMX1...em-R55-Clubman

Maybe this one. Its the rubber between the clubman door in the front door glass
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It might be this one, but I don't need the wide plastic piece that comes with it:

http://new.minimania.com/part/G2NMX1191/Mini-Cooper-3rd-Door-B-pillar-Trim-Oem-R55-Clubman

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This is the one part, is this what you are talking about?

51137167236

Talked about it link::

https://www.northamericanmotoring.co...alled-ugh.html



Click this link to our site for part::

https://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/51137167236/





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Window rubber strip

I think that's it, it looks to be the right size as long as that's soft rubber and not hard plastic. Can I buy it separately? I'll see if I can link to a pic here.
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Pic of rubber strip

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Ha! Yes, I've been through the same replies just like that other poster you looked to. It's not some generic rubber weather seal? Do you sell it at ECS Tuning?
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^^ thats it. Click the link above my pictures i posted, the link to that part, it takes you to our site to buy. Hard plastic and soft rubber seal are one part. Its peal and stick on the back with that 3M red tape.
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I have replaced the same part on my clubman 2009 S and it was very easy ,just peel the tape align and press on . It is important to completely clean the glass after removing the old part.
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Installing

It looks like the old one just slides on without any adhesive, do you unpeel and slide the new rubber strip on, and the adhesive keeps it from sliding off? Is it the same part or just a different kind of rubber strip you're putting on? Sorry if this sounds like a stupid question.
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