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I replaced all the glass in my 67' and the door hardware, but I can't seem to figure out where the horizontial channel goes or what hardware I need to fasten the window track to the glass. I can't find any books with an exploded view of a 67' door. Can you help?
 

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The glass sits in a galvanized frame unit with a thin u-shaped buytl (spelling?) tape securing the two. This frame has integrated white nylon channel guides attached at both ends about 1"wide by 4" tall. The actual C-shaped galvanized track channel (the longer of the two) then is bolted to the bottom of the above mentioned glass frame with two small flush mount bolts. Then the scissor/regulator fits into the bolted-on C-channel. I have a door apart now and also a door assembled with the inner panel off. Let me know what pictures you need.
 

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I would be greatful for photos of the glass attached to the whindow channel, a close up if possible, and where the horizontal and vertical channels mount to the door. thanks for the help


<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by bonecrusher67conv:
The glass sits in a galvanized frame unit with a thin u-shaped buytl (spelling?) tape securing the two. This frame has integrated white nylon channel guides attached at both ends about 1"wide by 4" tall. The actual C-shaped galvanized track channel (the longer of the two) then is bolted to the bottom of the above mentioned glass frame with two small flush mount bolts. Then the scissor/regulator fits into the bolted-on C-channel. I have a door apart now and also a door assembled with the inner panel off. Let me know what pictures you need.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
 

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Ok,
I believe the regulator was changed once on left door from this donor car. But it looks like all the original type bolts are where they are supposed to be.

The short channel will have its back to you in the upper rear inverted saucer looking cutout hole.

I was wrong about the nylon strips at both ends. Only the front part of the glued-on window chassis had that nylon guide strip. The rear of the chassis go a 1" nylon roller.
http://www.surfari.net/~scottmoo/ldoorbk.jpg http://www.surfari.net/~scottmoo/ldoorfnt.jpg http://www.surfari.net/~scottmoo/ldoormid.jpg http://www.surfari.net/~scottmoo/ldoorsml.jpg http://www.surfari.net/~scottmoo/ldoorvnt.jpg

[This message has been edited by bonecrusher67conv (edited 05-18-2002).]
 
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