Re: 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury window adjustment?
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Re: 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury window adjustment?



Thanks for the suggestions and feedback. I passed them along to the gent and here's his update:

>I was over adjusting the front lower rail guide in the
>  quarter window (which adjusts the sealing gap between the front/rear
>  window at the beltline) because the front drivers window is sloppy in
>  the rear frame guide rail in the door. There's not much mohair left in
>  the track and the windows very loose. So in a nut shell I was trying
>  to 'short cut' the fix rather than look at the whole problem and come
>  to a reasonable fix. 

Gary H. 

  
>  On Saturday, December 30, 2017 at 10:41:20 AM UTC-6,
>  62-65-mail...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>  
>  > Hi all,
>  >
>  > A gent wrote me for advice. Here is his situation:
>  >
>  > "My 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury-- I replaced the left rear quarter
>  > window because it was scratched badly. I have the shop
>  > manual and followed the adjustment procedures and all goes well
>  > until I run the window up and down and the window
>  > lower frame tears the beltline weather strip all to pieces, this has
>  > happened twice. When I purchased this car 8 years ago
>  > the window was a problem then, hard to crank up. I replaced the
>  > window and lower frame and the crank mechanism.
>  > There is no evidence of any body damage. Any ideas? Is the problem
>  > the 'up' stop is out of adjustment causing the
>  > window frame to come against the fuzzy weather strip?"
>  >
>  > Thoughts?
>  >
>  > Gary H.
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