64 Belvedere back glass install

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  1. barbee6043

    barbee6043 FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    Any reason why I can't lube the inside of the gasket with a little white lithium grease to aid glass in sliding in? I installed the gasket and want to now slip in glass.
    I always had a neighbor down the road that was a glass tech. Now here in Tx they all want $125 and up per glass. ha
     
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    I sure would'nt do it... Thats an awful special piece of glass. I'd hate to see you lose it because you permanently lubed it instead of using a little sealer to help it in......

    HTH, Lefty71
     
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      Water with a little dish soap,
       
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        What's the glass worth vs. the cost of installing it?
         
      • barbee6043

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        I won't break it, RoadKills famous words?? If I did the wife would kill me? Maybe. I will add some shampoo to water, and try that, more slippery.
         
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        Pay the $125.
         
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          Not sure of the specifics but are you sure you don't install the gasket on the glass and use a 1/8" Cotton rope to pull the gasket on the pinch weld?? Again not sure of the install without looking at it...
           
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            I would agree, at least with other cars, thats how you do it. But I've never had a 64 back window in/out
             
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            The glass guy did the windshield the opposite way, gasket to car, then glass. I called him and said come put it IN!!!!
             
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            Rear window is opposite. Gasket on glass then rope pull onto fence around opening. Goop in bottom of both grooves.
             
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