I have windows that are about 10" wide x 30" long on the cabin
top, which of course are leaking. I thought they would be lexan
, but after reading some other threads they might be arcylic. Either way they are not screwed down or anything and seem to be set onto a black stickly goo that is soft and the last owners have applied a bunch of silicone around them.
So the question is what is the best way to seal these up? I read the older threads but they seemed to start a battle and I thought I would just try a new one. It seems to me that the best would be to remove and apply a tape/rolled type of seal and drill and bolt/screw them down instead of just glueing to cabin
top, but I'm open to suggestions. Is there a tip on cleaning
the old stuff off (have to do regardless of how you are going to do the new seal)?