Remove the majority of the old urethane adhesive from the perimeter of the cab.
NOTE: Leave a thin film (0,79 mm (0.03 in) thick) of the old urethane on the cab frame, fresh
urethane will bond to the remaining film.
Prime and paint any bare metal or scratches.
Clean the metal surfaces with general purposes adhesive cleaner. Clean the glass surface with glass cleaner
Install the seal (Item 1) on the glass (Item 2) [Figure 40-30-23] and [Figure 40-30-24].
Shake the combo primer for one minute.
Apply one coat of the combo primer to the perimeter of the cab and glass (Item 2) [Figure 40-30-24].
Allow the combo primer to dry for at least 15 minutes.
Excess primer can be removed from the glass using a razor blade.
Cut the tip of the adhesive tube to the desired shape and size to provide a bead height sufficient to give good contact with the glass around the entire perimeter.
Apply a 6,4 X 9,5 mm (0.25 X 0.375 in) bead of urethane adhesive (Item 1) [Figure 40-30-25] to the perimeter of the cab.
Install the glass and seal assembly (Item 1) [Figure 40-30-26]. Press the glass into the cab to make complete contact with the adhesive. Tape the glass in place.
Allow the adhesive to cure for a minimum of eight hours at 24°C (75°F) and 20% relative humidity.
Remove the tape after the adhesive is cured.