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I need some backglass lift channel trim that will fit a real glass backglass

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  • [Found] - I need some backglass lift channel trim that will fit a real glass backglass

    I’ve replaced a plastic backglass with an image printed onto glass but because the glass is thicker than plastic the lift channel trim won’t fit .

    new glass is 6mm wide
    Last edited by Whitewater; 19 November 2020, 07:41 AM.
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    What thickness is the new glass?

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      wpc 95 are thicker or CV are even thicker
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        Originally posted by Zzap View Post
        What thickness is the new glass?
        the new glass is 6mm wide , do you think a system 11 trim would work ?
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          Fairly sure system11 is 4mm, certainly not 6mm

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            Yeah I had trouble when I got 5mm, since the standard is 3/16" (4.4mm) . Couldn't seem to get 3/16 from supplier though. I spose it isn't america lol

            It kept splitting the new channel. I ended up finding something to fit, but would never have stretched to 6.

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              Originally posted by razorsedge View Post
              Yeah I had trouble when I got 5mm, since the standard is 3/16" (4.4mm) . Couldn't seem to get 3/16 from supplier though. I spose it isn't america lol

              It kept splitting the new channel. I ended up finding something to fit, but would never have stretched to 6.
              Sweet, i've ended up fabricating something myself and I'm very happy with the result. Used 6mm floating floor trim as a starting point 😉
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