Wanting to reseal back side glass.

Asked by Mar 23, 2013 at 11:15 AM about the 1989 Ford Bronco II XLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have looked on different sites and I don't see anything about a reseal kit.My seals are starting to
get brittle and I don't want any leaks.Any help would be much appreciated.

3 Answers

101,395

Give them a coat of black RTV (room temperature vulcanization rubber).

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Try LMC truck website for Bronco 2 stuff, they have some exterior seals. I did what tenspeed suggested on my old Bronco 2 and my old Chrysler, I suggest using the ultra black RTV as it will closely match the faded color of the weatherstrip

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Jeff's Bronco Graveyard looks like they may have what you're looking for if the recommendations above do not work (not discrediting them) or you are looking for additional alternatives: http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/c-359. I had a leak in the front lower windshield on my 1988 B-II, but the rear windows always treated me well. I was thinking of the weather-stripping that I had used between the bed & cap of my '81 S-10, but I don't think that would have worked. Good luck!!

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