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Old 02-18-2013, 06:48 PM   #1
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Upper Header Weather Stripping

I bought a hardtop for my 02 Wrangler X over the weekend. I'm not sure that I'm on the right track, but I'm getting some wind noise from where the hardtop sits over the windshield. I think the part that need replacing is the upper header weather stripping, but this piece is $150 if I order it from a parts store.

I have a couple questions regarding my issues.

First: Am I correct about what part I need?

Second: Is there a difference between the headers for a soft top compared to hard top?

Third: Any suggestions on where I should buy this part? It's hard to believe that a 5' piece of rubber cost over $150.

Thanks for the suggestions!
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Omix-Ada Part 12023.46 - Top Soft Windshield Retainer

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