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Old 02-28-2012, 10:42 AM   #1
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Looking for plastic rubber pieces that sit at each end of the T-top Cross bar. Mine are Not flush with the bar and shriveld up.
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Old 02-28-2012, 05:45 PM   #2
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GM no longer has them
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Old 02-29-2012, 09:36 AM   #3
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That piece of weather stripping is one solid piece running from the front to the back. Last time i checked with my local gm dealer, they were still available.. for around 300 dollars new
I need it as well :/
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300 not surprised. Why does everything gotta always be hard to get. Ill call the chevy house and try to haggle. Cant seem to find them anywhere else! Thanks Yall
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They're individual pieces, not one full piece that runs the length of the center bar. They were available a few years ago when I bought mine, I don't know of they're current availability though. Give the dealer a call.

Official GM Part Numbers:
Front Seal: 10248550
Rear Seal: 10248551
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Can you get them from any aftermarket website?
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What is the name of these pieces? So a seach can be done
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Looking for plastic rubber pieces that sit at each end of the T-top Cross bar. Mine are Not flush with the bar and shriveld up.
Check out this thread about them. In post 32 a guy says he can get them.

T-TOP part discontinued from GM, any recommendations?

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Old 03-05-2012, 12:40 AM   #10
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Im on it. Thanks!
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I have a couple of sets.. the little plastic filler/trim pieces at either end of the ttop bar..
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any cons to just taking the pieces off? mine both stick up and i hate it. i was messing with them today and thought about replacing them.. guess not..
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the bar will whistle sometimes... it also helps divert water I believe..
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I have a couple of sets.. the little plastic filler/trim pieces at either end of the ttop bar..

What are you going to do with a the couple sets? I need a set
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I found a stash in Georgia and ordered the last 10 sets, sold 9 of them but also got a couple extra... I havent found anymore yet but Ill consider selling one pair.. make me an offer... Im just curious...
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I found a stash in Georgia and ordered the last 10 sets, sold 9 of them but also got a couple extra... I havent found anymore yet but Ill consider selling one pair.. make me an offer... Im just curious...
One Billion Dollars!......How about 20 Bucks and Ill pay the shipping. It would be a nice thing to do....right? LMK
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haha.. I was selling them for $12 shipped... let me make certain I have an extra set man... If I do, theyre yours...
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12 would be nice. I dont mind sparing a 20. Time is worth more than money. Thank you sir
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Where in Ft Worth are you?
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NW Fort Worth. Over By TCC. Old Decatur Rd.
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