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Old 09-26-2006, 05:16 PM   #1
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Anyone have some bedding tape for sale?

Folks I am looking to purchase a little bedding tape to replace two windows in my 68 Caravel. I just need six feet or so. Anyone have any laying around? Buying a whole roll seems a little silly. If I end up needing to purchase a whole roll where would a fella come by such a thing?

Be glad to pay for the tape,shipping,and any packaging expenses of course.
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Old 09-26-2006, 05:23 PM   #2
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Folks I am looking to purchase a little bedding tape to replace two windows in my 68 Caravel. I just need six feet or so. Anyone have any laying around? Buying a whole roll seems a little silly. If I end up needing to purchase a whole roll where would a fella come by such a thing?

Be glad to pay for the tape,shipping,and any packaging expenses of course.

Use some double sided tape.

All hardware and most gtrocery stores have it.

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Old 09-27-2006, 10:33 PM   #3
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Folks I am looking to purchase a little bedding tape to replace two windows in my 68 Caravel. I just need six feet or so. Anyone have any laying around? Buying a whole roll seems a little silly. If I end up needing to purchase a whole roll where would a fella come by such a thing?

Be glad to pay for the tape,shipping,and any packaging expenses of course.
Geno, You can buy it by the foot from any good auto/residential glass shop. Ed
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Hi Geno,
I had the hardest time finding bedding tape in my town. The glass shop where I bought my flat glass window gave me some double sided tape that they use - same stuff as the craft kind at staples, only black in color.

I also need the aluminum trim for my windows, but decided to install without it and add it on later. I installed my first window yesterday, and it went pretty smoothly. It took a lot longer than I expected, because I decided to un-caulk, hand polish, and install new gasket around the window.

Good luck! And post progress!!
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Bedding Tape?

Bedding tape was a new word to me (the uninformed). Could butyl rubber tape be used and trimmed before the outer seal is installed? Just a thought, and a question.
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Kevin, Sure you can use butyl tape. Or try bedding tape/glazing tape/double sided tape. Anything like those will grip the glass and hold it into the hinge assy. With any of the rubber tapes, try not to stretch it as you apply it to one side of the glass, over the top edge, and down the other side. Then clamp it in the hinge and trim off the excess tape. Ed
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