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Fits upper channel in the doors on sliding-window classic Minis. This flexible channel replaces the rigid upper one and is easier to install. Supplied in a roll, the channel presses into the upper door frame. Two (2) required.
Classic Mini Mk I-II Upper Flexible Window Channel

Classic Mini Mk I-II Upper Flexible Window Channel

Classic Mini Mk I-II Upper Flexible Window Channel

Classic Mini Mk I-II Upper Flexible Window Channel

Classic Mini Mk I-II Upper Flexible Window Channel
Part No: 24A88
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Classic Mini lower door sliding window channel MK1 and MK11
$45.95 Classic Mini lower door sliding window channel MK1 and MK11
Fits upper channel in the doors on sliding-window classic Minis. This flexible channel replaces the rigid upper one and is easier to install. Supplied in a roll, the channel presses into the upper door frame. Two (2) required.
 
 
Question:
59 mk1 austin mini door water channel, how do they come out also is there a replacement part for the door? thanks
Answer:
The window channels are held in place with screws going downward through the channel. If you need new channels, see part numbers 24A88, 24A88_ORIGINAL and MMKT0202. It's helpful to read the Description below the photos.
 
 
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