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

Hi Rob, I only ever argue with Bill :-)

I've seen it twice and although I can't recall which car the first one 
was, the second was a factory right-hander which has been in a museum 
for years, so it's unlikely to have been re-worked since the factory. 
Certainly everything else on the car was original

I think the fix is still valid, creeping or not. It may well be easier 
to re-glue the window in its runner than adjust the guides, especially 
with those botls prone to snapping.

Open ended question: If the glass doesn't move, and the guides don't 
move - why do they go out of bonk? Poorly fitted new?


rob wrote:

>Actually I've never seen a "factory installed" door glass creep in its
>runner. Urethane is very strong (seven times stronger than silicone) so you
>must have encountered a glass that was re-bonded with butyl tape or some
>other inferior product. That's just my two point to prove so
>let's not argue OK? BTW Paul don't bend your tracks as they can be adjusted.
>Rob Grady

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