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Old 04-26-2018, 04:54 PM
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Anyone have a good replacement or match to the Axys trim??

I went all Edward Scissorhands before I thought it out. If someone has a junked windshield with good trim or a good replacent that would awesome!!! I tried some auto trim today. Wouldn't make the curves.

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Try and find the auto trim that is rubber, not plastic. It will make the curves no problem. It also wont have the shiny black plastic look.
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Anyone have a good replacement or match to the Axys trim??

I went all Edward Scissorhands before I thought it out. If someone has a junked windshield with good trim or a good replacent that would awesome!!! I tried some auto trim today. Wouldn't make the curves.

Thanx!!!
Heat up the trim.

Super glue and accelerator.


Or. https://www.mcmaster.com/#rubber-edge-trim/=1cllihz
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Yeah I tried to heat it. Low heat, hi heat... Didn't seem to work. Maybe I needed it on melt down.
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https://www.amazon.com/Guard-Molding...QVW7N99ATPG301


This is similar to what Ive used, very flexible and has the adhesive inside it.
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