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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old Aug 24th, 18, 9:03 PM Thread Starter
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Door Glass Run Channel

Door Glass Run Channel on rear of 66 coupe doors.



I have yet to find the run channel felt inserts for the vertical u-channel on the rear inside of the front doors. I have the front channel inserts that fits in the vent window run channel but cant find the rear inserts.


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Re: Door Glass Run Channel

Cory I'm going to look at my 68 coupe tomorrow, I replaced the same ones you did but don't remember doing the rears but I do think I bought them, I'll see if I have them and post a part #, might need trimming or ?


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Re: Door Glass Run Channel

Try here..
CRL Auto Glass Channels

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You would have to buy anything from CRL thru a glass company.

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Re: Door Glass Run Channel

Lots of CR Laurence products are available on eBay and Amazon.

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Could be from guys with excess, overbought or swap meet purchased stock but to order something particular or specific that person would have to be affiliated with a glass company. Been buying from them since 84. I’m just putting that out there so someone doesn't head down a dead end road.

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Re: Door Glass Run Channel

I didn't change the rear track felt and I don't or cant find a new one for my car, I ordered all new door weather strip & seals at the same time so I'm guessing they weren't available when I ordered (2.5 yrs ago)


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Re: Door Glass Run Channel

CRL part#AS126496 is what I used in my 66.Worked well for me.
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Door Glass Run Channel on rear of 66 coupe doors.

I have yet to find the run channel felt inserts for the vertical u-channel on the rear inside of the front doors. I have the front channel inserts that fits in the vent window run channel but cant find the rear inserts.

Any suggestions?
If your talking that heavy felt I bought some last year - weatherstripping/ fastener company in Pennsylvania- easier to call her to explain what your after - there’s a pdf catalog. It’s like 2-1/2” wide sold by the foot - use spray adhesive to install it.
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CRL part#AS126496 is what I used in my 66.Worked well for me.

Mark. Thank you x10 !!!!!!!!!
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Re: Door Glass Run Channel

I've used exactly this material for the rear run channels. Used spray adhesive on the channel and back of the Mohair liner, worked it in with a wooden paint stick, trim as required.


G100-WIN (Sold By the Foot) - Restoration Specialties and Supply, Inc.

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I've used exactly this material for the rear run channels. Used spray adhesive on the channel and back of the Mohair liner, worked it in with a wooden paint stick, trim as required.

G100-WIN (Sold By the Foot) - Restoration Specialties and Supply, Inc.

https://www.chevelles.com/forums/att...573424&thumb=1

Walt, you steely eyed hot rodder, you. That looks exactly like the OEM stuff in my run channel.
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Re: Door Glass Run Channel

FYI,


I ended up buying this from: Automotive-Marine Vinyl and Upholstery Supplies due to lower price.




Your Order Contains...

Cart Items SKU Qty Price Total Mohair Channel Liner 2-5/8"
114 Mohair Liner 1 $9.95 USD $9.95 USD Subtotal: $9.95 USD Shipping: $8.96 USD Grand Total: $18.91 USD





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