OK... when I saw my first sunroof wind leak post, I figured that my usual rubber treatment trick would fix it. It DID make the doors seals completely air tight, but the sunroof felt seal is another problem all on it's own. Still leaked air. I've seen a couple posts on adjusting the height of the sunroof which I figured might help a little bit, but haven't tried that yet, as mine is pretty flush to the roof. The real problem with the sunroof leaking air, is that it was designed to leak water. Since it has to go both up (tilt) and down (open), there's really no way that you could make a perfect water tight seal out of it. As mentioned in previous posts, the felt part of the seal IS NOT sold seperately and IS part of the sunroof glass panel. Ie, permanently attached. One of Mr T's only design flaws on the Cruiser. Based on this, it's really just the wear on the felt that increases the gap, which causes more wind noise. Since I haven't figured out a good way to replace the seal yet, I decided that I'd decrease the size of the sunroof opening. I can't remember what youz guyz call it here, but I call it a "Backyard Billy" fix. What I did was this: - Open roof - Clean sunroof lip (on the roof skin) with wax and grease remover. Lacquer thinner would work as well. - Applied 1/4 inch pinstripe tape around the opening. - Put the tape on very close to the opening. - I made 5 passes across the back lip since that's where the majority of my wind noise was coming from. - Then made one last pass all the way around the opening, so that the tape would be "continuous". The sunroof is almost completely silent at freeway speeds now. The obvious question would be, "Does the tape stay there when you open/close the roof?" Answer... Well yeah, pretty much. It only peeled down just a bit at the rear corners. The rest of the tape seems happy to stay just where it is. Now that I know this approach will work, I'm off to try and find what I think will be the permanent fix. I really want to find some thin felt tape. I have some killer thick felt tape that Mercedes supplies their techs with for use in the shop. They primarily use it to get rid of squeeks/rubs etc... It would be perfect for this use as the tape is nuclear strength, but it's real thick. Too thick for this purpose. Once I find some super thin felt tape with VERY stong adhesive, I'll post it. So, if you want a temporary fix for your wind leak, get some lacquer thinner and a roll of 1/4 pinstripe tape. Try your best to keep the tape from going over the bottom edge of the rear corners, as that's where it's gonna want to peel off. Using a heat gun during application, might help the tape stretch to fit the curves there. If I can come up with a better permanent tape option, I'll let you guys know.