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60 Imp
Posted 2018-07-09 6:43 AM (#566329)
Subject: Power window rubber drive couplings


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Where can we get these?

This is the little flexible rubber coupling between the power window motor and gearbox.

I glued the drivers door one together for the second time today as it sheared off.

Anyone got the part number for the ones in my 60 Imperial? The one I fixed has a metal section in the middle and Teflon ends with the D shaped sockets.

Steve.
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miquelonbrad
Posted 2018-07-17 9:38 PM (#566766 - in reply to #566329)
Subject: Re: Power window rubber drive couplings



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You have to salvage them out of parts cars, or find window regulators with them. I don't believe that anyone makes them. I looked through Gary Goer's catalog, just to make sure he doesn't have them- no luck. I believe that 55-59 uses the all rubber ones...

For your '60 Imperial, the part numbers are as follows:
Front door 1627108 (used on all make/models)
Rear door 1688919 (used on all make/models)
Quarter window 1627108 (used only on Imperial 2 dr quarter window)

I hope this helps.

Edited by miquelonbrad 2018-07-17 9:39 PM
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60 Imp
Posted 2018-07-25 6:08 AM (#567156 - in reply to #566329)
Subject: RE: Power window rubber drive couplings


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Thanks Brad, that helps a lot.

I notice the part numbers you quote are the same for the front doors and 2 door front quarter windows, can you please confirm the numbers Mate? My car is a 2 door and I recall they were the same, (unfortunately I didn't document this)

Have any members got some good ones stashed that might be for sale? 1 or 2 good second hand ones should have me covered.

Steve.
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ttotired
Posted 2018-07-25 5:14 PM (#567177 - in reply to #566329)
Subject: Re: Power window rubber drive couplings



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You cant make them from silicone? or is that what your using to glue them

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miquelonbrad
Posted 2018-07-31 1:53 AM (#567480 - in reply to #567156)
Subject: RE: Power window rubber drive couplings



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60 Imp - 2018-07-25 4:08 AM

Thanks Brad, that helps a lot.

I notice the part numbers you quote are the same for the front doors and 2 door front quarter windows, can you please confirm the numbers Mate? My car is a 2 door and I recall they were the same, (unfortunately I didn't document this)

Have any members got some good ones stashed that might be for sale? 1 or 2 good second hand ones should have me covered.

Steve.


Hi Steve,

Yes, the numbers are the same.

Brad
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Richbo
Posted 2018-07-31 10:30 AM (#567499 - in reply to #566329)
Subject: Re: Power window rubber drive couplings


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In a pinch I've used a short piece of metal tubing that you flatten the ends to fit.
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wizard
Posted 2018-07-31 10:41 AM (#567503 - in reply to #566329)
Subject: Re: Power window rubber drive couplings



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You should be able to use this type of flexible couplings as well https://www.ebay.com/itm/Aluminium-Flexible-Plum-Shaft-Coupling-CNC-...
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