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    LoneWolf2U

    Now What?!

    First work the channel from the bottom up to remove it do not pull it out this could stretch it or break. Next clean the channel with steel wool and wipe it down with dish soap to install stripping. The mirror cables go behind the channel around to the door hole, There is a large lock tab washer on the back of the door panel and screw on finish nut on the int side.
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    Ridge Runner

    Now What?!

    The cable had a plastic clamp down around the inside bottom of the door that kept it out of the glass ,a good zip tie would probably do the trick ,you should be able to see the tab with a hole in it the plastic bracket bolted to
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    Johns Summer of 69

    Summer (of 69) Project

    This weekend I got started on the interior. Vacuumed, scrubbed, POR15, sound deadener strips, and insulation. I also installed the metal divider (seat divider). Not sure what progress I make during the week, but the weekend is blocked out.
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    Vicfreg

    1970 Convertible Restoration

    Busy summer has impacted my wrench time, but slowly finishing up my final wiring tie-ins and plumbing in the engine compartment. Installed my radiator overflow, front radiator support and radiator, electric fans, oil temperature sensor, started on my oil cooler lines. Some temporary wire ties in the pictures, just need to do the final alignment before I lock the locations in.


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