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Imp Passenger and Operator Rubber Replacements

ViaLisboa

New member
Hey all, I busted one of my rubbers by pushing it through when I was being lazy and closing a window. Now I am going to pay for it!
Anywho, I posted about this on the FB page asking if anyone knew of rubber replacements. I would like to maintain the option to slide a window open for some air if needed.

I found a vendor called Steele Rubber Products that I think may have a solution for me. As always my work gets done on the weekend when I need to speak to someone and explain my complicated scenario. I may have a potential parts list that I need to replace the windows and curious to run them by anyone who has access to their cat if they can provide some insights.
I am looking at two options.

#1
Window Seal - 70-0587-99
Locking Strip - 60-0607-99
Run Channel - 70-1107-57
Estimated Cost is $196.43

#2
Window Seal - 70-4774-99
Locking Strip - 60-0607-99
Run Channel - 30-0180-57
Estimated Cost is $211.17

Any pointers would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
 

Idaho IMP

Member
Hey all, I busted one of my rubbers by pushing it through when I was being lazy and closing a window. Now I am going to pay for it!
Anywho, I posted about this on the FB page asking if anyone knew of rubber replacements. I would like to maintain the option to slide a window open for some air if needed.

I found a vendor called Steele Rubber Products that I think may have a solution for me. As always my work gets done on the weekend when I need to speak to someone and explain my complicated scenario. I may have a potential parts list that I need to replace the windows and curious to run them by anyone who has access to their cat if they can provide some insights.
I am looking at two options.

#1
Window Seal - 70-0587-99
Locking Strip - 60-0607-99
Run Channel - 70-1107-57
Estimated Cost is $196.43

#2
Window Seal - 70-4774-99
Locking Strip - 60-0607-99
Run Channel - 30-0180-57
Estimated Cost is $211.17

Any pointers would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
I have the same Issue. I bought the required seals for all of my glass and sliders from Dan at Snowcat service. I think I paid about the same. II have yet to do the sliders but installed new windshield pieces about a month ago. Lock strips can be brutal if they're not warm or Soapy enough. Also, I’d highly recommend buying the proper install tools, but I do t thing anything special is needed for the sliders.
 

ViaLisboa

New member
I got some samples in the mail from Steele and I don't doubt that it would be a good option, but the time and effort needed to make it work I felt like was not worth the $80 savings. I decided to go ahead and pull the trigger with Snowcat Service since it's in stock and ready to roll.
 
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