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Old 08-20-2007, 05:51 PM
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34 Ford Tudor help needed

I'm helping a friend who is restoring a 34 Ford Tudor. He is attempting to install the rear window mechanisms and has purchased a set (from Vintiques) of window felt, rubber bumpers etc. Problem is we cant figure out where all of the rubber bumpers go. The kit has a set of 12 rubber pieces, 6 rounded and 6 angled, that look like they fit into a slot, and then two square lower window bumpers.
Can anyone help us figure out where these go. Pictures and body manuals for the 34 are hard to come by

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Old 08-21-2007, 10:31 AM
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Hi: You haven't gotten any answers to your questions, so I'm going to move this thread to General Rodding Tech to see if you get some replies.


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The square blocks mount on a bracket inside the door at the low point of window travel. The bracket mounts to the inside skin of the door.
I can't remember which long blocks, curved or angled, go inside or out, BUT the inside ones mount in slots in the window mouldings and the outside ones mount in slots in the outside lip of the window openings.
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