Door glass Question?

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  1. 70 Proof

    70 Proof Veteran Member

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    Check Classicindustries.com part #685 Inner Door Panel Retainer Plate.
    The window stabilizer strip (#3 in FlaJunkies picture above) is the one that has the curled metal protrusion. I don't recall if the two trim supports (#4) are interchangeable. They look as if they should be.
     
  2. FlaJunkie

    FlaJunkie Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    The two hangars do not have fuzz on them. Fuzz is on the middle hanger and the trim on top.

    Couple of pics...

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  3. slayer021175666

    slayer021175666 Veteran Member

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    You can put vacuum hoses on the rods to quiet them. Just cut them to length, cut a slit lengthwise down the hose and press it on. Gun stores sell velcro strips with a strong tape like back side for hanging things on inner safe doors and stuff. Buy a length of that and use it for your "fuzzies". Its already a perfect width. Just cut it to length and stick it on. As far as the rattling only when the window is down: Check the moving parts that wind up/down the window. Be sure they are straight, tight and have no missing fasteners. Also, be sure the little roller wheels are there and in good nick. Nothing rattles like a missing or damaged one. When you roll the window up, it could be that worn or missing parts are being falsely "tightened" by the pressure.
     
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  4. whitess

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    This book might help too:
    http://www.kirbanperformance.com/pr...ND+WIND+NOISE++BOOK+By+Peter+Serio+#6739.html
    This is the same guy that wrote the Hurst Shifter book and used to be a Dealership Mechanic. Nice guy and knows his stuff.
     

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