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Xp882


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posted December 10, 2011 04:30 PM

Window channels

Does anyone know if you can still get the door window channel rubber?

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jfaplanet


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posted December 10, 2011 10:04 PM

Not sure but Courier and B2000 all the way to 1984 are the same if that helps.
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hunter


Hauling
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posted December 11, 2011 04:12 AM

run channel

unfortunately the last batch of run channel I purchased from Mazda turned out to be all rubber instead of felt lined.
Works like shit. Window drags.
Buy generic run channel with felt
tis a simple cross section

       
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TimPA136


Redlining
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posted December 18, 2011 08:17 PM

all good ideas

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Buy generic run channel with felt
tis a simple cross section


Any luck XP882 available locally?

I'll be looking myself tomorrow for the same thing.

       
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TimPA136


Redlining
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posted December 18, 2011 08:25 PM

quote:
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Buy generic run channel with felt
tis a simple cross section


Any luck XP882, available locally?

I'll be looking myself tomorrow for the same thing.














       
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Xp882


Redlining
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posted December 19, 2011 11:57 AM

Going to check j&j hopefully this weekend

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repumax


Redlining
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posted December 19, 2011 06:03 PM

I got mine at J & J. Nice guys and they have everything there. Make sure you take your truck so they can see exactly what you need.

       
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TimPA136


Redlining
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posted December 19, 2011 07:41 PM

I ordered some overnight locally, I'll let all know ASAP.

       
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TimPA136


Redlining
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posted December 20, 2011 08:54 PM

I have some channel that is close but slightly fatter.
It can stuff it in the channel, but until this weekend when I can fit it in properly, I won't know If I can recommend this yet.
My part no. is AS137060
Hey Guys, is this the JJ fabrics you recommend ???

http://www.jjautofabrics.com/

I'll update you this weekend when I can determine if it will fit.

       
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Xp882


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posted December 21, 2011 06:36 PM

Yeah they are in Rialto off the 10 n riverside

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TimPA136


Redlining
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posted December 29, 2011 09:48 PM
Edited By: TimPA136 on 29 Dec 2011 21:49

quote:
I got mine at J & J. Nice guys and they have everything there. Make sure you take your truck so they can see exactly what you need.

OK thanks Max and Xp882.
I'm not entirely happy with the channel I got elsewhere made to fit the Generals finest in 1965.
I plan to go over there and button up my door trim Sat.

       
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Xp882


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posted December 31, 2011 12:11 PM

As1340 is the item number you need from j&j 16 bucks with tax probably need two if your going to do the complete door all the way down

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TimPA136


Redlining
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posted December 31, 2011 02:03 PM

As1340 is the item number you need from j&j 16 bucks with tax probably need two if your going to do the complete door all the way down .

OK Thanks.

They are giving everybody a well deservrd holiday this
New Years Eve today.
I'll catch them later in January

       
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TimPA136


Redlining
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posted January 07, 2012 12:54 PM

Got the run channel, too.

Great place, thanks Guys.

http://www.jjautofabrics.com/

       
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top1usa


Redlining
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posted January 10, 2012 09:41 PM

Can anyone put up some pics of their result? This is great help guys....thanks in advance!

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TimPA136


Redlining
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posted January 29, 2012 02:57 PM

Can anyone put up some pics of their result? ...thanks in advance!

Tim


Well, no pictures but a hint to soak the channel screws a week in advance. The left side came loose OK but replacing the right side, I will have to chisel out one channel adjuster screw later.

       
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spokanerxdude


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posted January 29, 2012 03:55 PM
Edited By: spokanerxdude on 29 Jan 2012 16:15

Yes I second the motion.

Pic's, Pic's, Pic's.
http://www.jjautofabrics.com/
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TimPA136


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posted February 04, 2012 02:13 PM
Edited By: TimPA136 on 4 Feb 2012 14:16

Here are photos more not what to do but hopefully helpful. First to remove the handels is a simple nail if you slipack the spring boot the nails fall right out.
Here is my frozen channel screw


Here I got it out, had to use a little propane, watch your paint.

so far so good, feed the new channel in.

A little gentle persuasion. The black sealer is strip-caulk to seal the outside for wind noise and water.

I chose anti sieze, notice the adjustment area

I sealed it back up with stater bros paper bags and packing tape to protect the inside trim.

       
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top1usa


Redlining
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posted February 04, 2012 10:24 PM

quote:
Here are photos more not what to do but hopefully helpful. First to remove the handels is a simple nail if you slipack the spring boot the nails fall right out.
Here is my frozen channel screw


Here I got it out, had to use a little propane, watch your paint.

so far so good, feed the new channel in.

A little gentle persuasion. The black sealer is strip-caulk to seal the outside for wind noise and water.

I chose anti sieze, notice the adjustment area

I sealed it back up with stater bros paper bags and packing tape to protect the inside trim.



Thanks for that Tim..that was great help!!

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remydrm


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posted February 22, 2012 11:23 AM

quote:
As1340 is the item number you need from j&j 16 bucks with tax probably need two if your going to do the complete door all the way down


Tim, would you need 2 per door? I think they come in 96inch length pieces...

I'm doing both sides. Would I need to order 4 parts?

Thanks!!!

       
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