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the 43 dollar moulding is just a bottom piece, not the whole wrap around. I have run into the same problem and the answer is "too bad". Alot of these glasses are made not to be reusable, sure they could probably make and sell the moulding separately but why would they want to do that, when they make much more money selling a new back glass.
the other thing is how much time can you spend pulling the glass, even if you spend all day doing it, it seems in the final cut, you always seem to cut the **** moulding, and just wasted a lot of time trying to save something that wasn't designed to be saved.
We just did one the other day for a dealership. It was leaking in the urethane. We had to buy a new back glass with the moulding on the glass. We did notice several body seams were leaking as well. Underneath the padding towards the drivers far back corner was a built of of road dirt and water stains. We ran a hose underneath of the vehicle and water shot everywhere inside the trunk. We used a DB9761GTY. The body seams were way to open to help them fix inside of the trunk area.