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Old 09-07-2005, 07:46 PM
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67 Nova Drivers side door glass question.

The L side door glass pulled lose on my 67 Nova. Can anyone tell me how that glass is attached to the track. It doest look like window adhesive was used to hold it in place before this. Any ideas? Thanks

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it's been awhile since I've had a chevy II door apart but if I remember right the glass is held onto the lower channel with a rubber type gasket that's sandwiched. I've used urethane instead and it works just fine. Clean the glass and clean and prime the channel then apply your urethane and slide the glass in, roll the window up to keep some pressure on the glass and let it set overnight.
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I know this may sound dumb you said use "urethane" . Is that a type of glue? And where can it be purchased? Thanks
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any glass company or auto parts store should carry it, windshield urethane.
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I would like to add that I had to adjust the felt bumpers in my doors to keep the window in line with where it was going up or down. You can't see it with the gasket felt in the way, it's down in the door a little but you can get at it with the interior panel off. It was trial and error until I got it plenty good.
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