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11-15-2011 10:13 PM
68NovaSS Moving to Body/Exterior, you'll get better responses there.
11-15-2011 10:09 PM
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Installing rear '32 Tudor side windows

Need help! I'm in the process of installing the rear glass in my '32 tudor, but I'm having a problem with them fitting. When I try to install the window and then the side part of the weather strip I can't push it in as there is no room for it. In one instance I did get part of the weatherstripping in with the glass and I couldn't even move the glass because it was so tight. Would the replacement weatherstripping be fatter? They come from Bob Drake. I measured the old glass, which I'm replacing, and the new one and they are both the same size. Since I'm using new weather stripping is there anything I can do to get these to mate and not break the glass?

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