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  • tim87114
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    great thanks harry, I don't think I'm going to care so much about the channel. Unless someone else pops on here and tells me otherwise.

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  • HarryStude
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    If you are ttrying to keep it as original looking as possible, you can fab up your own and weld them up behind where the rubber is so it can be hidden when the rubber is in. Or you can get a panel adhesive from some major auto body supply stores to attach it so you won't have to weld it. The adhesive is very strong in fact it is used widely to attach bed sides on wrecked pickups in a lot of shops and you won't even know it.

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  • tim87114
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    47-50 door seal question

    The door seals on these year cars run in a channel. So far it seems this is a rust prone area. Does anyone know if someone makes a kit to weld in the replacement channels?

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    What are other doing, making your own channels or are you converting to a newer style door seal??[?][?]
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