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1941 pickup window rubber scraper
#1433529 Tue Dec 14 2021 06:11 PM
Joined: Sep 2021
Posts: 37
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Someone else must have run into this problem and came up with a created fix. I bought a a window channel kit from The Filling Station. Old parts removal went great until it came to the small rubber scrapers. It says that the pieces must be slid into metal retainer channel. HOW DO YOU CLEAN THE CHANNEL. The top part was ok but I can not get to the groove on the bottom. Is there a special tool that I need? If I have to use heat how much before I blister the paint. Have spent two days on this and I don't want to skip over it.
Old guy is getting very fustrzted.
Thank you.

Last edited by Not to old yet; Thu Dec 16 2021 03:24 AM. Reason: Spelling
Re: 1941 pickup window rubber scraper
Not to old yet #1434017 Sat Dec 18 2021 05:49 PM
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The rubber kit I purchased forewarned me that the channel would need to be spread open to remove the old rubber and insert the new. I did this yesterday with good results. I used a small tip screwdriver, paper towel and WD40.


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Re: 1941 pickup window rubber scraper
Not to old yet #1434892 Tue Dec 28 2021 02:15 AM
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Thank you. As soon as they ok me to go into the garage.i will try it. I just bought a fine point grout scraper. Plan to heat the point and try that. Will post the results.

Re: 1941 pickup window rubber scraper
Not to old yet #1435384 Fri Dec 31 2021 04:55 PM
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46 Texco. Your way worked far better than mine. Thank you for the help. Now on to the next problem.


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