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I got both flippers installed and working properly with the windows up and down. All the seals, gaskets and rubber stops are installed. Right or wrong, this is how I am going to leave them. I thank Mikey again as he is who did the restoration on the flippers and answered all the questions I had.
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I had to slightly elongate the front two mounting holes of the flipper on the passenger side by filing them. Which meant I had to take the flipper off to do it. That allowed the front of the flipper to be pushed out more. I also adjust the door window in at the back, by what I call the rear run channel adjustment. Also had to push the vent window post in a little. Could use more but, I didn't want to over do it. It works so I stopped.
The driver's side was MUCH easier and didn't require as much adjustment.
The passenger side must have seen some major trauma in its life before I got the car.
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