I started this thread in the Garage forum, but haven't gotten much help there: I've had new vent window seals and latches sitting on the workbench for several weeks. Last weekend I decided to finally tackle the project. I planned on taking it in Monday morning to a glass shop once I had everything together for them to put the pivot rivet in. Well none of the glass shops had the pivot rivet. So I called LMC on Monday and ordered the rivets (3 just in case) and waited. I got them yesterday. The guy who took my order at LMC couldn't tell me what kind of tool was needed to install the rivet. Nothing in their catalog as far as rivet installation tools. None of the glass shops have anything for that rivet or are willing to install them. This is all I see in the Chevy Duty catalog relating to rivets. The rivets don't look anything like what I drilled out. The description says they are for attaching the weatherstrip to the frame. Elsewhere in their website, it says they come in a package of 26. So these aren't the pivot rivets. Since Chevy Duty doesn't appear to sell the actual pivot rivets, I don't think that tool is for the pivot rivet. How the heck does something that looks like a piece of pipe install a rivet anyway? This is from the cheyennepickup.com catalog, after searching for "rivet": You can see that the first two rivets are clearly pivot rivets. They're recognizable by the stepped diameter. The window frame and the window glass bracket have two different sized holes. Then, you have what looks like the same tool from the Chevy Duty catalog. This time the description clearly states it's for the 60-72 trucks and for the rivets that attach the weatherstrip to the frame. So again, it's not for the pivot rivet. Lastly you see those 26 pc rivet sets for the earlier trucks. Those are apparently the rivets that the above tool is for. Year One lists this: Vent window rivet tool. Aftermarket tool sets the rivets at the upper pivot point on the vent window assembly. [SIZE=-1]VT67 $8.90[/SIZE] Eureka! But alas, after calling, they are not in stock. They've been out of stock for over 2 months with 6 on backorder. They have no idea when they will be in. They advised I call in every few weeks. I'm about at my wit's end here. Anybody have any idea how I can get these stupid rivets installed or find a tool that will allow me to do so?