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Glass run










Image Number 11 for United States Patent #7762614.

A glass run includes a main body portion and a pair of seal lips. Further, the glass run is constituted by a vehicle exterior side molded member and a vehicle interior side molded member divided at a bottom portion of the main body portion. Further, the vehicle exterior side molded member and the vehicle interior side molded member include engaging portions for engaging to be integrated with each other. By integrating the vehicle exterior side molded member and the vehicle interior side molded member by the engaging portions, the vehicle exterior side molded member is restricted from being shifted to move relative to the vehicle interior side molded member in a vehicle width direction and in a longitudinal direction of the vehicle interior side molded member.








 
 
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