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Working on a '65 chevy P/U, when re-installing the weatherstripping for the door windows, what order are the pieces installed in ?
The glass first or the anti-rattle strips, help please

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glass first im pretty sure
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Working on a '65 chevy P/U, when re-installing the weatherstripping for the door windows, what order are the pieces installed in ?
The glass first or the anti-rattle strips, help please
First off, I have never done one of those trucks, I am just going with info in my head doing other vintage cars and trucks.

I believe there is a stop a the bottom of the window that allows it to go down further. I can remember it being a weld on stop with a thick rubber bumper, I just pulled the bumper out. The window goes down another half inch or so allowing you to put in the "anti-rattle" strips. Putting the window in with them is kinda tough being there isn't much room for the glass and it's bracket on the bottom to get thru once the "anti-rattle" or "scrapers" are installed so putting the glass in, then dropping it down a little makes it possible.


You are talking about the horizontal ones at the belt line right?



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