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Author Topic: SUPERBIRD NOSE TO FENDER SEALS , DAYTONA TRUNK CAP INSTALLED  (Read 1297 times)
daytonalo
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« on: April 02, 2006, 12:20:49 PM »

HER IS A PIC OF A YEAR ONE SUPERBIRD NOSE TO FENDER SEAL THAT I WANT TO USE ON MY DAYTONA . MIKE IT MEARURES 7/8 OF AN INCH LONG AND 11/16 WIDE . LARRY


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« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2006, 04:48:32 PM »

Larry,
I found a remnant of "bird" seal, and installed it on a spare Daytona/ 70 charger fender, if you install it on the leading edge pinchweld with the large section of the moulding bulb to the outside surface of the car,..installed the bulb sits 5/8" high,...........from the outside fender skin to the bulb is approx. 3/16"-1/4" gap,............if your cone (which I am unaware of its construction/ finish) is a 1/4 " thick, it would just make contact,..............also the measurement that I have from the bulb rear edge to the fender / pinchweld vertical face is a gap of 3/8",.........so with a cone installed you should not see the seal unless you peer in at an angle, the seal would be right on the inside edge, with a 1/4' - 3/8" gap between the fender edge and the cone, .............check the thickness of your cone?,...like I said before the seal in this configuration is more of a buffer to absorb movement of the cone(road vibration), than to be a decorative trim,..............if its to much BS to make the seal work,..........forgo any seal at all? if you wish

Mike G/DAYCLONA
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« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2006, 06:52:44 PM »

HERE IS THE NOSE CONE


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« Reply #3 on: April 02, 2006, 07:01:21 PM »

MIKE, WERE ON THE SAME PAGE NOW , I KNOW MY CONE IS NOT 1/4 THICK IT WOULD WEIGH A TON . ITS MORE LIKE A 1/8
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