How-To Replace 1967-1972 Chevy C10 Vent Window Rubber

If a person desires a classic truck to last for a long time history has proven there’s a host of good reasons why the inner workings of the doors should be maintained in good operating condition. That means the weatherstripping, rubber seals, and window glass shouldn’t leak water, ensuring no leaks pays off with the added bonus of eliminating wind noise. It’s a win-win situation; not allowing water to seep inside the doors retards the eventuality of rust eating the doors out, and if the repair work is done right wind whistles from around the windows will be a thing of the past. On the flip side sealing up the interior improves the air conditioner’s ability to keep things nice and cool…

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