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How do you guys fasten the felt to the channels? I have a glass car with wooden channels. Glue or small screws? Screws would hit or rub on the glass?


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I used u-shaped rubber channels in the top and sides, glued into my fiberglass car. I used screws for the fuzzies. I used small flathead screws, and countersunk the holes in the fiberglass frame. When I tightened the screws, they dimpled the metal strip, so they were below the raised fuzz. I think the same treatment would work for your felt to keep it from touching the window glass.
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My POS '32 Victoria that was thrown together by "Downs Mfg." had the entire window felt/metal channel bondo'd in to the door. If you ever had to change it you would have to grind it out.
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Mine is a metal car, but since I couldn't purchase the factory parts for my channel I had to locate some for other old USA made cars, and adapt them. I glued my felts in with 3M weatherstrip adhesive two years ago, and they're holding up great.
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I've used adhesive backed fuzzy velcro. readily available in a variety of widths and the stick-um is very strong. any fabric shop will have rolls of the stuff.

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