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58 Belvedere convertible window regulators interchange
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antonellomopar
Posted 2019-03-31 12:42 PM (#580184)
Subject: 58 Belvedere convertible window regulators interchange


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The passenger side rear window regulator in my 58 convertible is in bad shape, and would like to change to a good one. Anything will interchange? Maybe Chrysler or DeSoto? Thank you
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-03-31 4:43 PM (#580201 - in reply to #580184)
Subject: RE: 58 Belvedere convertible window regulators interchange



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antonellomopar - 2019-03-31 9:42 AM

The passenger side rear window regulator in my 58 convertible is in bad shape, and would like to change to a good one. Anything will interchange? Maybe Chrysler or DeSoto?


I think what you are looking for is a 1697 406. Common across the 57-58 convertibles and some 57-58 Desoto and Chrysler 2 dr hardtops.



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LD3 Greg
Posted 2019-03-31 9:37 PM (#580214 - in reply to #580184)
Subject: RE: 58 Belvedere convertible window regulators interchange


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antonellomopar - 2019-03-31 12:42 PM

The passenger side rear window regulator in my 58 convertible is in bad shape, and would like to change to a good one. Anything will interchange? Maybe Chrysler or DeSoto? Thank you


I think only a 57/58 Dodge.

Greg
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antonellomopar
Posted 2019-04-01 12:37 PM (#580251 - in reply to #580184)
Subject: Re: 58 Belvedere convertible window regulators interchange


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thank you for the help. Will ask John Fowlie if he has a good one.
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LD3 Greg
Posted 2019-04-02 12:03 AM (#580272 - in reply to #580251)
Subject: Re: 58 Belvedere convertible window regulators interchange


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antonellomopar - 2019-04-01 12:37 PM

thank you for the help. Will ask John Fowlie if he has a good one.


I should have said 57/58 Dodge Convert only.
That will be a very difficult find!!
You may have to explore salvage and exchanging sector gears and arms etc from other models.
For example:
I wanted electric quarter window regulators for my Regal. None were available but I had already salvaged several rear door electric assemblies from the much more popular 4 Dr. HTs. So, I checked it out and found that I could disassemble them, cut and shorten the sector gear arms and flip them to mirror image and then weld them back together in a slightly different orientation. Problem solved!!

You may have to do something similar but the best news is that you have the damaged one as a pattern.

Greg
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Phil_the_frenchie
Posted 2019-04-02 3:46 AM (#580277 - in reply to #580184)
Subject: Re: 58 Belvedere convertible window regulators interchange



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The canadian parts manual has the same informations: 1697 406-7 for all '57 convertible except Imperial. Same on DeSoto / Chrysler 2dr H/T.
It's curious that the Plymouth / Dodge 2dr H/T hasn't the same (.. 402-3).
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