JCB 3C Windscreen

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JCB 3C Windscreen

Post #1 by Tillywolves » Sun Jul 15, 2018 6:51 pm

Finally got round to getting a new windscreen for the girl.

What tool do I need to put the rubber seal back in with ?


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Re: JCB 3C Windscreen

Post #2 by Jeremy Rowland » Mon Jul 16, 2018 7:52 am

Richard the tool is called a beading tool and I have used one in the past it looks like a steel loop that is larger at the one end, it forces the rubber out as you slide it along and puts the bead in the rubber I'd do a Google search for glass beading tool and see what comes up. :thumbup:

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Re: JCB 3C Windscreen

Post #3 by Tillywolves » Mon Jul 16, 2018 11:04 pm

Cheers buddy.. Had a look on Ebay, and theres a few at about £12.

I dont suppose that anyone manufactures a new rubber seal with a similar profile ?


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Re: JCB 3C Windscreen

Post #4 by Jeremy Rowland » Tue Jul 17, 2018 7:42 am

Tillywolves wrote:Cheers buddy.. Had a look on Ebay, and theres a few at about £12.

I dont suppose that anyone manufactures a new rubber seal with a similar profile ?



Richard there are companies that supply the beading new I recall somebody posting a link on here somewhere? Just Google classic car windscreen rubbers you should find a supplier easy enough.

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