Model T Windshield Rubber, h Style
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These windshield rubber gaskets are not supplied with our windshield frames, so you will need to order one of each. The "h" style fits between two pieces of top and bottom glass. Fits 1/4" glass. Fits 1909-1927 Model T.
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Item Details'Fits ''09-''27 Model T
- Overall height of H seal is 11/16”
- Width at widest point of seal is 9/16”
- Accepts ¼” glass
- Depth of glass channel is 5/16”
- Bottom tail is 1/16” thick and ¼” tall
- Between base of glass channel and tail is 1/8”
NotesAccepts 1/4" glass. Overall height of "H" seal is 11/16". Depth of glass channel is 5/16". Bottom tail is 1/16" thick and 1/4" tall.
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