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Rear Window Guide Question.

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Depdog, Apr 27, 2000.

  1. Depdog

    Depdog 1/2 ton status Author

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    Has anybody found a material to put into the metal channels that guide the rear window up and down? You can get the stock guides new and they come with the felt, but the darn felt is wore off in less than a year, I have never seen any felt only offered for these channels.

    Anybody got any ideas?

    Depdog

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  2. Eagle86K5

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    I wonder if teflon would work better?

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  3. Boss

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    Dep,

    Are you talking about the Tailgate inner and outer weather strip? It goes in between the rear window and helps keeps the water from going into the tail gate and also keeps it from shaking and rattling around when you have the window half open. Well, if you're talking about that, then you can get it from JC Whitney for like 39.95. I bought that not too long ago and installed it in my 75' and works great. Or are you talking about the piece that is connected to the Hard top? It hookes into the channel into the hard top and keeps the window snug up top when you roll it all the way up. If you're talking about that, then you can get that from Golden State Pickup Parts (www.gspp.com) or LMC (www.longmotor.com). Hope this helps yah.
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