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Installing an Electric Life EL02-K Street Rod
Power Window Kit in a 1955 Chevy 150 Sedan.
In order to use our new channel, we'll have to modify it slightly. First we cut it to the proper length. Next, we need to remove the channel that the glass mounts in. This sash is held together with several spot welds. We carefully cut through the glass mounting part of the sash between the spot welds and twist off the sash from the channel, breaking the spot welds. With the sash removed, we're left with a plain roller channel.
We use the old channel to mark and drill mounting holes into the new channel. The new channel is inserted into the door and fastened to the bottom of the glass.
See what I mean about being a chicken with glass. It probably would have been easier to remove the entire sash assembly from the glass and glue the new assembly to the bottom of the glass. Much less cutting drilling and modifying.
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