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63 Safari tailgate glass


OK...so I found a nice original glass lift channel....and will be installing it soon....

Looks like the original window was held in with a rubber shim seal.

Read somewhere to use urethane sealant..

Any input before I start the job?

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Yes this is the way I have replaced all my glass in my impala - put it in and make a mess and when dry take a razor blade and trim it away off the glass it will look perfect



-- Edited by Urban_suburban on Wednesday 29th of August 2018 03:37:48 AM

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Also let it cure for at least 24 hr's before attempting to move it or cut excess black goo off!!!!

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