Parker Yahoo Group Archived Messages

ID From Subject Date
222 Tex Allen Re: Re: New member 8/30/2004 23:31:00
<div>This is definatly not a fix, only a patch. I cleaned the hinge and surrounding area with alcohol so the tape would stick and covered the hinge with a 2" wide strip of white vinyl tape that seals from the fibreglass over the hinge and down to the window. the tape flexes when you open and close the window. I'm sure I will have to replace the tape periodically.</div>
<div>But the only fix I know of is to replace the windows with Diamond Seaglaze windows, made in Canada and now used by Parker. I think they are about 8-900 $ each. My windows dribbled a steady stream of water over the instrument panel any time I got spray over the bow and Parker was no help. <b><i>ustank2 <tison_t@popmail.firn.edu></i></b> wrote:</div>
<blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"><tt>Do you have any photos you could post, showing how you you fixed this? </tt> </blockquote>