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Installing an Electric Life EL02-K Street Rod
Power Window Kit in a 1955 Chevy 150 Sedan.
We use a piece of modeling clay to check clearances and angles in the door jamb. We also pull off the kick panel covers to check out the clearances we have in the kick panel area. The loop needs to slide in and out from either the door or door jamb, so one of the sides will need to have about 5 inches for the loop to run into.
We chose a spot high on the door to mount or loop. This location provides a straight shot from door to door jamb when the door is closed and it allows the loop to pull out in a smooth curve when the door is opened. These loops were really designed for doors with exterior hinges, so the 55's inside hinges make it tougher to mount the loops.
When our hole locations are finally decided on, we use a step drill to make a 3/4 inch hole in the door and the jamb.
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