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    Question SIGNUM windscreen roofrail trim

    new windscreen fitted yesterday due to a crack,well all seemed ok untill i noticed today that the roofrail trim which runs the length of the car and down the windscreen isnt fitted properly,how easy are these to remove and fit again correctly yourself ? are they easily broken ? cheers steve.

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    Just tiger seal it down!! It will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super T View Post
    Just tiger seal it down!! It will be fine.
    what is tiger seal ? it sounds like a bodge up,something i wouldnt do.

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    If you use sealant it's that much more hassle if the windscreen has to be replaced again.

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    dont want to use any sealant as it doesnt need it i just want to know if they are easy to remove yourself and refit correctly without breaking them thanks steve.

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    They just clip on and off ,
    start at the bottom and work upwards , then refit in reverse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poves View Post
    They just clip on and off ,
    start at the bottom and work upwards , then refit in reverse.
    cheers 4 the reply i will give it a go at the weekend

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    I need my windscreen replacing and noticed these trims.
    Then I noticed they ran the length of the car!

    Do the Autoglass fitters know how to remove these without breaking them and are they responsible for them if they snap them?
    They're body coloured so not going to be a cheap replacement I 'spose.

    Would I be better off going to the Autoglass centre rather than relying on the mobile guy?

    Cheers,
    Graham.

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    They just pull up and off then just push them back on.

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