Door window / rubber or bumper

1968 -1970 Mopars

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    praesi Active Member

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    Hi,

    I am restoring a 68 Roadrunner Coupe. The door glass runs in the channel of the vent window on the front side. On the top of this channel, there is a rubber/bumper which is screwed to the channel. Does anybody know if this part is available at the part dealers or how it is named?

    Thanks,
    Thorsten
     
  2. eagleone1983

    eagleone1983 Well-Known Member

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    Sorry praesi this part is not remade by anyone. Your best bet is seeing if someone on this board has one in decent condition you can get
     
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    praesi Active Member

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    Hi, thanks to both of you! The description of the megapartsusa sounds good but need to recheck on the GTX of my buddy. Will try the parts search first.
     
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    Son of a gun...I didn't know those were being repopped. A little steep for a couple pieces of rubber. Mine only have a little tear in one so I'll just be reusing mine.
     
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    Hi eagleone1983,

    can you confirm that those are the parts? My only reference is the GTX with the parts installed and so I canĀ“t really compare them...

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    Thorsten
     
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    I hear ya....no way I would fork out that either. I bet most guys selling parts on FBBO would send a guy a set for the price of the postage.



    They sure look to be the parts praesi..Look just like the set on my '69 Roadrunner
     
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    Yeah Preasi so are the parts you need but it looks like those don't come with a screw and I can't remember if the screw head was especially thin so that the glass wouldn't hit. Also on that same side of the door glass you're going to have a felt covered strip which runs in that vent window channel. Do you have new ones of those as well? Then tend to not last the 40 plus year trip.
     
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    i have some good used ones with the screw PM me
     
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    Hi all, many thanks for your replies!

    Yes, I have the glass chanel weatherstrip mounted with the old clips. The old strips were broken into pieces... I installed the vent window and door window and then I realized that there is something missing on the top of the channel. A two hour search in the garage began but without positive result ;-(

    Contacted user "moparparts" by mail.
     
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