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rear sliding window weather strip

My weather strip has come unglued which seems like a common problem on the center sliding rear window. I have searched the forum and found limited info. Im looking for a part number or possibly a suggestion as to C-channel rubber that can be used.

Im 99% sure I need to pull the sliding window to *properly* reglue the window in the weather stripping. With that being said, Im pretty sure that the old weather stripping is going to tear the rest of the way if I try to reuse it.

any help is greatly appreciated.
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Id love to know how you went about fixing it. Mine is starting to peal back and its stopping the window from sliding all the way closed.

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