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Username Post: surburan windows        (Topic#196092)
Turtle 
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Loc: shellman bluff ,ga,usa
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08-10-08 10:44 AM - Post#1496224    

i need some help i have removed the windows from the truck but how do you take the glass out of the frame.i need to do some welding on the frame.thanks 1962 gmc



 
Vaughn 
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08-10-08 11:36 AM - Post#1496257    
    In response to Turtle

Front windows, rear windows? Wing windows?

Removing wing windows involves drilling out the rivets holding the top pivot, and removing the bolt/nut/spring post at the bottom. Once the top pivot is drilled out and the nut and spring are off, you can pull the wing window up off the frame at the bottom.



 
Turtle 
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08-10-08 02:45 PM - Post#1496397    
    In response to Vaughn

the sliding windows on the sides.sorry



 
Vaughn 
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08-11-08 10:55 AM - Post#1496968    
    In response to Turtle

Haven't had much experience with the suburban sliding windows - but, given my experience with the other window tracks - I'd suggest brazing the metal on the window tracks, because a regular welder (MIG or stick) will just burn right through the thin metal. If you have access to a TIG machine it might be OK, otherwise braze it.

It doesn't help you with the window disassembly, I know - but it may save you from an expensive mistake.



 
LT1BURB 
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08-11-08 05:46 PM - Post#1497269    
    In response to Vaughn

You have to cut the rubber out of them and they will fall out.



 
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