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Window Regulator Clips
EricEaves Offline
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#1
Hey guys! I'm pretty sure I already asked this question, but for the life of me I can't remember what the response was. Where would I go, other than a junkyard, to find OEM replacement or aluminum upgraded Regulator Clips for an 88 TC?
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anasazi4st Offline
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(02-08-2020, 07:25 PM)EricEaves Wrote: Hey guys! I'm pretty sure I already asked this question, but for the life of me I can't remember what the response was. Where would I go, other than a junkyard, to find OEM replacement or aluminum upgraded Regulator Clips for an 88 TC?

Not sure what you mean by Window Regulator Clips? Can you be more specific?
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1987 Turbo Coupe w/T5OD, 8.8 axle, grey smoke; most options. Got it in 1991 with 41K miles: 3 turbos, 2 heater cores, 1 T5OD full rebuild, 5 clutches, 1 head gasket, 2 Teves II ABS units, etc. later....
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EricEaves Offline
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The cheap brittle plastic clips that hold the glass in the track
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EricEaves Offline
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#4
These


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347BIRD Offline
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I USED A 2 PART EPOXY ON MINE AND DIDNT HAVE ANY ISSUES FOR OVER 10 YRS. 2 PART ADHESIVES CAN BE VERY STRONG
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fred k Offline
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(02-12-2020, 06:54 PM)EricEaves Wrote: These
Years ago I went to an auto glass store and they sold me a tube of their adhesive.  Put it on the clips and never had a problem after that and used the leftover tube to repair the review mirror when it fell off.

I had tried 2 part epoxy but when summer came and it got hot, failure.
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EricEaves Offline
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#7
I'm not looking for the adhesive, I'm looking for the clips outright. The current ones are broken. I think I managed to find aluminum replacements. Anyone seen or used these?


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BJL Offline
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#8
i havent installed them. but these are the ones i have, referred by others in the Group.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Equalizer-MD128...1880968181
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EricEaves Offline
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Awesome, that's the info I needed. Thanks!
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