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windshield/back glass/door glass

can someone give me so pointers on inastalling the glass in my 1949 chevy pickup. the front windshield is a two piece and the door glasses are 1 piece.

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Windshield glass and door glass mount in different ways...Door glass runs up/down in a channel and windshields are fixed permanently.....either in a rubber gasket or using an adhesive to glue it in......If you are not sure about it, best to have a glass guy do it.....nice to learn new things, but glass breaks easy.....
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Windshield glass and door glass mount in different ways...Door glass runs up/down in a channel and windshields are fixed permanently.....either in a rubber gasket or using an adhesive to glue it in......If you are not sure about it, best to have a glass guy do it.....nice to learn new things, but glass breaks easy.....

Amen to all of that, let a pro do it.
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