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- Aug 31, 2014
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Seems only power window cars had it in 66 and maybe all of them in 67
This is the down stop... a small rubber bumper pops into the hole at the bottom.
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Thanks for the tip on gluing the molding back on to the front facing edge of the glass using Locktite PL S30.
Also be careful once the fuzzies are in. They want to catch on the chrome frame that is on the quarter window. Right where the fuzzy ends at the door pillar. What I do is file them lightly. When you take them out of the package, especially top cat, they are sharp from being machine cut. I bend them back very slightly away from the window frame direction and then file lightly.
Don't use any power tools to file it because it will catch the tiny little metal strip in gack it up....trust me I hammered a set doing that
This thread should be a sticky....Very informative and helpful in an area that can cause a headache...
Good job onlyone,