got house built i have been slaving over for last 5 months,, now have time to work on the 63.

I just ordered some rubber parts for window rail, rear window pillar, and the window sweeps..in and out,

are there any other additional pieces i need to order, like clips or the like.  and is there any particular method to use or will the manual explain the removal process.

Sincerely

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If you are removing the door glass, just take the 2 screws out that hold the roller bar to the window frame. The glass and frame will lift right up once you take the 2 screws out and remove the roller bar from the frame.

I was alos referring to the rubber strip that attached to the top,were the top o the window seals against the body, and the front of the door frame fits agains the front window pillar.. 

are those pulled out and then reapplied with an adhesive or are there screws on pins or clips on the underside that have to be removed and replaced...

The top roof line seal is held in place by the lips of the trim. I have used adhesive before. First time you install it, don't use adhesive, so you cab check the fit.

ok,  thanks

i ordered the felts, etc from rtrw,  and i just got through reading a long string on the suspension and rtrw and steeled etc,, was all that about the parts being inferior or one being the middle man for the other for suspension parts or does it apply to all there parts,,,,,, just curious as when i orders, i never got a response from rtrw, so i checked on the order and they said all th parts had to be ordered,,  

Kim 

just a possible issue with rear control arm bushings not other products they sell 

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