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Old 04-09-2005, 08:42 PM
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69 chevelle 2 door window!!!

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my 2 windows keep rattling!!!! i checked it out, the problem is under the window felts. its the 2 small pieces of felts attached to the retainer. , it seems to keep the glass from rattling. i cant find these parts anywhere. does anyone know where to get them?

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Old 04-09-2005, 11:28 PM
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Go to a sewing shop and but a chunk of thick felt. Glue it on the retainers. Other option would be to get spares from a wrecking yard.
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Old 04-13-2005, 10:17 PM
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im not sure if you need the window felts or something under them, but theres a few sellers on ebay with chevelle window felt kits.

Also if you do need the felt kit, might want to check out a couple of chevelle parts sites in the google catalogs http://catalog.google.com/
I've gotten quite a few catalogs in the mail just from their selection. Most of em have the felt kits for 35-60bucks.
But if its just a little piece of felt thats missing off the end, i would go braketeers route and add another patch of felt there.

Im cheap i didnt buy my felts, i just took some felt like material laying around here and crimped it between some metal and screwed em in. Kind of primative but it gets the job done.
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