Canmat1 wrote:Hi guys. Is there supposed to be a rubber seal that goes between the quarter panel and quarter panel exstension?
Hi guys. Is there supposed to be a rubber seal that goes between the quarter panel and quarter panel exstension?
Are you referring to the void space below the taillights? I do believe there was a factory rubber gasket installed using staples.
Carl Stevenson wrote:Now how the heck did you figure it out to be a 67 Beaumont Jim???!!!
Now how the heck did you figure it out to be a 67 Beaumont Jim???!!!
Looked at his 2 postings. and thought he was talking about piping with a bead, not as in gasket. Have seen both,but piping looks rediculous. Think hes talking from 1/4 to tail light?
yes, should be a gasket there.. in between .
i also use Duct seal on the bolts ,,then put the nut on.. keeps that sealed up nice , so no water gets in.
look up the gasket for a 67 chevelle .. you will see what you should have ..
i think you will be happier with the flat gasket type ..
it just gives you a little cushion to adjust / tighten the nuts to get a flush fit with 1/4 and extensions.
This is what I'm refering to as piping. Have actually seen it on a couple of Chevelle's.
I know my '64 Parisienne has a rubber gasket.
Prince Edward Island'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.