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Rubber Channel for Stainless Door Window Frames - 1936/1937 Cord Convertibles

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11 Jul 2020 19:50 #40504 by johnmereness
Wanted: Rubber Channel stock for Stainless Door Window Frames - 1936/1937 Cord Convertibles - Has anyone found a good source for this product and what is there part# and contact information ? I do not want to reinvent a wheel. Thanks

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11 Jul 2020 20:34 #40505 by uconn_1965
Others may correct me but I always used felt strips inside the stainless. There used to be a felt manufacturer in Unionville, ct. I would buy a sheet of felt the correct thickness and cut the felt with a straight edge and razor to the correct width and length. Unfortunately that felt company is out of business. I always found the felt sealed tight to the window and allowed the window to go up and down easily.

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11 Jul 2020 21:22 #40506 by xjn001
Felt is offered from McMaster Carr catolog

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12 Jul 2020 01:32 #40507 by JIM.OBRIEN
John,
You have to make your own. I use a piece of felt wrapped around a piece of rubber. You can get the felt at Joann's. The rubber is a piece of appropriately sized weather seal. You can glue the felt to the rubber and insert it in the channel.
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13 Jul 2020 00:10 #40508 by E L
I think the discussion got switched from rubber to felt. If we are talking about the rubber that holds the glass in frame, contact Ethan Turner














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13 Jul 2020 00:52 #40509 by uconn_1965
George: you are correct. I thought John was asking about the SS strips that screw into the convertible windshield and the SS strip on the convertible top that took felt. The stainless steel window frames that surround the Convertible door glass is rubber.

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