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TR7 DHC window adjustment

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Traindriver69
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TR7 DHC window adjustment

Postby Traindriver69 » 03 Jul 2018 10:27

Hi all
When I wind the windows up on my 81 DHC they go up too far is there some way of adjusting them so they stop in the right place.
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Re: TR7 DHC window adjustment

Postby dursleyman » 03 Jul 2018 17:32

There should be a little bracket on the inside of the door that stops it going up too far, part no YKC3620 & YKC3621, called a stop bracket. You can adjust it to set maximum height.
Russ

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Traindriver69
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Re: TR7 DHC window adjustment

Postby Traindriver69 » 03 Jul 2018 22:13

Many thanks for the reply will have a try tomorrow

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Re: TR7 DHC window adjustment

Postby Traindriver69 » 04 Jul 2018 10:15

Hi all
Adjustment worked brilliant many thanks one other question the top quarter light rubber on Rimmer bros diagram it says there is a self tapping screw holding it in but on mine there's nothing its just pushed in and there is no hole in the quarter light for a screw but there is a hole in the rubber.
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Re: TR7 DHC window adjustment

Postby busheytrader » 04 Jul 2018 21:40

i asked for a couple of the self tapping screws from one of the specialist parts suppliers.

I was told not to bother and just glue the rubber into place. Evostik Impact I guess.

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