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Old 03-08-2008, 06:11 PM
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Question Need help Installing Vent Window Seals

Can someone walk me through replacing the vent window seals? Thanks!
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Cliff, I am horrible at explaining, in the Dennis Carpenter parts manual there is a 'how to' article. or

I attempted to download the specific page in Dennis Carpenter website catalog but it brings up the entire catalog. Here is how I got to the article: go to Dennis Carpenter website, on the right hand side of the page scrol down to 57-66 truck, econoline and open up the catalog icon, not the shopping basket. It will open a pdf file, enter page 121 at the top and should take you to the article. Meantime, I will look for an article I bookmarked but can't seem to find. While on their web page may want to order a catalog if they are still free.

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Here's a write up on the complete door window installtion ; I did on my 65 model; I base it off the above mention article; which was a little complicated compare to my way.
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