smith10210 wrote:av8r wrote:smith10210 wrote:Mine did the same thing on my pioneer I just replaced mine last week. Yea cleaning the glass does that unless your real careful not to hit the gasket when cleaning i think I'm done cleaning my glass its a pain and a losing battle..
If it's just that inside part of the gasket which appears to be excess material, couldn't you just have trimmed it away? I'm thinking that the gasket material that is actually between the door and the window is the only area that matters.
Probabley could as long as there is still a tight seal on frontside of the glass and door. I just bought some rutlands flat tape doorgasket at my local hardware cost 7 bucks...
The gasket material is woven, cutting or trimming it anywhere but the ends will increase the fraying, it breaks the pattern of the weave.