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Old 07-18-2016, 09:52 AM
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Default Belt Weatherstripping Kit confusion

Trying to figure out where all the 8 weatherstripping pieces go that are included in Macs Belt Weatherstripping 8 piece Kit for my 1960 Tbird Hardtop. Do these pieces go underneath the metal frame on the door glass and set inside the metal track that the glass sits in? Mac's says the kit does "front and rear windows". Does this mean the kit covers both Door Glass and Quarter Glass? It's confusing because they also sell separate weatherstripping for the Quarter Glass. A diagram would be helpful.
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Old 07-18-2016, 10:41 AM
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Two pieces go between the door glass and the outer doors. Two pieces go on the door panels. Two pieces go between the quarter glass and the outer body and two pieces go on the quarter trim panels. If the weatherstripping is good on the door panels and trim panels it's not necessary to use those pieces because they're a pain to install but I always do.

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