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Old 21 Jun 2004, 08:16 pm
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Default pitted trim around rear windows 94GSR

The black outside trim surrounding the rear quarter windows on my
94GSR has faded and is pitted in several places. What can I do to
improve the appearance? Paint or something else? Thanks! Mike
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Old 22 Jun 2004, 10:12 am
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Default Re: pitted trim around rear windows 94GSR

mike08054@yahoo.com (mike) wrote in
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> The black outside trim surrounding the rear quarter windows on my
> 94GSR has faded and is pitted in several places. What can I do to
> improve the appearance? Paint or something else? Thanks! Mike
>


I've had this happen to my 94 GSR,too,and I've seen it on a LOT of
Integras.(in sunny Florida) I'd like to know of any fix,too.

The trim is part of the window glass,cannot be ordered separately AFAIK,and
the glass is glued into the body.

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Old 26 Jun 2004, 06:35 pm
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Default Re: pitted trim around rear windows 94GSR

if i were you, id remove the shitty stock rear windows and replace
them with new transparent polyurathane windows. its much lighter and
much more durable. i own a 94 2dr teg and i replaced all of my
windows with this and its been great ever sence.
On 21 Jun 2004 17:16:38 -0700, mike08054@yahoo.com (mike) wrote:

>The black outside trim surrounding the rear quarter windows on my
>94GSR has faded and is pitted in several places. What can I do to
>improve the appearance? Paint or something else? Thanks! Mike


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Old 27 Jun 2004, 01:23 am
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Rage Against the Amish <mactoo@adelphia.net> wrote in
news:veurd054jl2p2d67q1aupn6g1ce5df28rp@4ax.com:

> if i were you, id remove the shitty stock rear windows and replace
> them with new transparent polyurathane windows. its much lighter and
> much more durable. i own a 94 2dr teg and i replaced all of my
> windows with this and its been great ever sence.
> On 21 Jun 2004 17:16:38 -0700, mike08054@yahoo.com (mike) wrote:
>
>>The black outside trim surrounding the rear quarter windows on my
>>94GSR has faded and is pitted in several places. What can I do to
>>improve the appearance? Paint or something else? Thanks! Mike

>
>


What did you do for the TRIM ? That's where the problem is.
The glass is fine.
Or did you buy some commercially made window replacement that included new
trim?

(the trim is bonded TO the glass,which is then glued into the window
opening)

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