Re: [DML] Window Tracks
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Re: [DML] Window Tracks



Martin, I think one of mine might need to be
relocated.  How did you go about getting it off the
runner without breaking the glass?

Thanks for any tips.

Steve

--- Martin Gutkowski <martin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> The windows can creep over 25 years in their runner
> and it's easier to 
> pull the window off the runner and re-glue it back
> where it should be. 
> Don't ask me why they do it but we recently
> re-bonded one that had moved 
> over half an inch - you could see the marks on the
> glass
> 
> Martin
> 
> sweetp01569 wrote:
> 
> >I recently repaired the plastic guides on my
> driver's side window with 
> >the large washer fix.  It now stays on the guide,
> but the window seems 
> >to be too far back to line up properly to close all
> the way without 
> >jamming against the rear part of the opening.  Can
> the metal tracks be 
> >gently bent to the make sure the window lines up
> with the opening as 
> >it closes?  
> >
> >Thanks,
> >
> >Paul




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