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Ok so like everyone else I'm assuming my quarter window molding is turning to crap. So I wanna replace them. Easy enough one would think. I was wrong. Anyone have a site or know how to replace it without breaking the window. Advice please
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From what I know, you can't replace just the molding. you must replace the window also because they are one. Which if you ask me is just dumb, but anyway. here is another option to try first maybe; note: I have NOT seen how these look in person. My opinion is that they will look mediocre at best, but what do I know.
no i haven't. I'm in the same agreement with you. I don't know about just glueing the new one on. I guess you could check it out first with some double sided tape to see how it looked and decide if you wanted to sand it down. I need to do this restore as well and am trying to rationalize spending 300 on a new set of windows; however I'm not one to do something half-way. a bit of a pickle. I'll cross that bridge when I get to it though. let me know how it works out for you if you decide to go that route.
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