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1964 Fairlane Wagon headliner weather stripping questions.

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abe lugo
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1964 Fairlane Wagon headliner weather stripping questions.

So I'm waiting on the paint to be finished on my 64 wagon, I'm looking at getting the headliner done next, I'll be putting dynamat style insulation, I ordered up the headliner and windlace from dearborn classics, any hints or tips on doing the headliner?
Then will be the windshield. I'm still looking for the tailgate seals, I found something that might work on the upper side of the tailgate glass u-channel.

Anyhow help on wagon parts would be great.

I was going to order the 4dr, door weatherstripping kit but it turns out the the 4dr does not work with the wagons? can someone confirm this?
How about the drip hole seals at the bottoms of the doors anyone find the seals to that?
Abe

Post Mon Sep 13, 2010 6:29 pm 
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John G
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Location: Riverside California

Did you remove the rear quarter glass? Did you find replacement seals? You use or hear anything good from www.steelerubber.com ?

Post Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:33 am 
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abe_lugo
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Hey John,
I just happend to have save the set off the parts wagon I had, to get the qtr glass out with the rubber.
1. you have to make sure the rubber is all together not cracked.
2. make sure it's pliable.
3. tape up the outside to help catch the glass.
4. with a flathead screwdriver start the inner front top corner, help it folder over the body flange

5. If you have buddy that can lay in the car with their feets on the glass have them slowly push the glass out as you ply the rubber over the flange.

The other solution- You suppose to buy two sets of 63-64 rear glass rubber and
cut and glue them together to make something that is close. If you look up Jason Field's 1964 Wagon on cardomain you'll see how he did it.

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