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Old 10-02-2016, 10:11 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by EastCoastCB View Post
The inner panel is not integral. Took one of mine out today. Came out REAL easy. My seals were all saggy and old. All I had to do was make a straight cut across the seal, peel back one side and cut the seal with a razor knife right where the glass ended behind the rubber.
So I want to take off the inner panel, but leave the window in place. From your pics it looks like the inner seal is held in by the inner panel. If I take the inner panel off, the inner seal will come out, then the window will come out which is NOT what I want. Is this the case?

On my bus, there is a phillips head screw on the inner panel about an inch outboard of the window. This is really out of place because most panels only have rivets. Does yours have this screw? Do you know what it holds?
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Old 10-02-2016, 10:45 AM   #12
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The inner panel has nothing to do with the window or seal.
The screws are simply there to help secure the metal panel.
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