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    Attaching sliding glass fuzzies

    I read the article by Canadian chevy that he posted on installing curved glass and slider excellent post spot on , But i did discover a short cut that he may not have thought of I used a push in clip in the factory holes works perfect. I found them at AU-VE-CO product (part number) AP9829 nylon nuts about $9.00 for 25 all you will need for both sides

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    Do you have photos of them installed? Have you installed the slider glass already? Photos?

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    So many posts would be so much more informative, and interesting if people would just take a few extra minutes to simply post a picture. Otherwise you can only guess.

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    ok guys at 70 not to techie but I try to get some pics. out there

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    attaching fuizzies

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    Here are some photos of the clips i used to attach the fuzzies

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    Thanks for the pictures.

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    The photos do help. It appears your photos only show the clips installed for the Upper channels.. or did you also use them for the lower channel (for the sliders) as well??

    Tip: If you back off just a bit with the photos, and show more 'context' (areas surrounding the clip area) it helps to understand where you are installing the clips...

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    Good idea. I am just about there on my build. I will get some of them coming.

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    Is there a list out there somewhere that lists the order that the headliner bows are to be. I know that they have a code # on each one.

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    Here you go Tom


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