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Having a look around ebay i saw this, would it actually work? its 2 bits of plastic worth 7.50 each! but its suppost to cure all my A frame leak woes.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=10414&item=4535535929&rd=1

Oh by the way, kinda off topic, how do u guys get ur wind stop to stay upright? my keeps falling down am i missing a part? I did buy the car second hand from this guy in bristol. Partly due to the wind stop having a "Mike Satur" etching on, thought it must of been taken care of :), however i didnt ask what had been done to the car at Mr Satur's garage, probably should of :)
 

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RossVVC said:
Having a look around ebay i saw this, would it actually work? its 2 bits of plastic worth 7.50 each! but its suppost to cure all my A frame leak woes.
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=10414&item=4535535929&rd=1
New stops will only fix anything if the existing ones are broken. I bought a set JIC and can see them on the shelf just above the screen now.

If you have window adjustment problems you would be better off looking on Tony's site and reading his notes. Also how to fix many other common problems.

http://www.apttony.co.uk/
 

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Yep, these are the latest design of window stop.

The glass window has a hole through it at the bottom, a window stop fits to this hole ensuring that the window doesn't travel too high when raised. To my knowledge there are at least 3 types, the first two were simple plastic clips (which failed) and this is the third type - a metal bolt in a plastic sheath. This is a cure for high windows, not leaks from the 'A' frame (which is the windscreen surround).
 
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