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How to install window weather strip on a 57 chevy 2 door hardtop? Where is the best place to start, quarter glass or front door?

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    with the weather stripping in and glass installed it will not roll up and down.

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Start at front of car and work your way back DO NOT stretch the weather strip when driving water comes from the front right? Also if it's a hard top change the window flap springs before the install good luck thats my fav. car of all CJ

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