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Item #: 30516

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Price: $17.85
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    Reproduction of the very hard to find window roller for the window channel / quarter window frame on the 67 - 68 Cougar and Mustang. Doubles as both the single and double type roller (with the included support washer).

    Included in this kit are: One roller, one rivet, one wavy washer, one flat washer, and one support washer, measures exactly 1" wide.

    2 required per door glass channel, 3 per quarter window frame.

    Sold individually.

    Here's a link to a thread on Classiccougarsommunity.com with some very helpful information on installing these rollers:

    https://classiccougarcommunity...

    Also, here's an instructional video on how to install the rollers. Keep in mind that this is a YouTube video from Danchuk Manufacturing installing a different type roller, but the technique is the same:











    Specifications:
    Weight: 0.01 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (3.33 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 3 Review(s).

    Hard to find, right fit but the rivet is crap

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    3.50 out of 5
    Pros:
    • Good fit. Hard to find.
    Cons:
    • Crap rivet.
    As the other reviewer mentioned these are a great fit and look just like the originals. The issue is that the rivet is crap and breaks when installed as suggested in the video. I had to rig up a replacement with a flat head screw and nylon spaced. Worked fine but ended up being a couple trips to the hardware store and a PITA.

    Material:
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    3.50 out of 5
    Pros:
    • Nice rollers
    Cons:
    • Wrong river size
    Rollers were correct,But rivets were wrong size for door glass to small. Had to drill and tap my originals.

    Salem, OR

    Kinda Okay With Modification

    Material:
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    3.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • Good replacement for crusty old rollers
    Cons:
    • Metal pins need modification to work
    Well... these rollers are a much-needed thing, and they work nicely once you get them installed. However, the metal pin that attaches the plastic roller to the window frame is not made out of the proper material. It's supposed to be mushroomed over on the back side like the originals. These are too brittle, and the ends just break if you try to squish them down. I had to grind off the ends and use a drill press to drill, then tap threads into each metal pin for the 6 rollers I replaced. Then used short screws to attach them to the window frames. It worked out fine in the end, but it was a lot of extra labor.

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