How to glue auto weatherstrip the right way
Matt Agosta demonstrates the correct technique for gluing rubber
weatherstripping to classic vehicles and hot rods. He also demonstrates the
easy to install Peel-n-Stick line of products Steele Rubber Products
Visit http://www.steelerubber.com or call 877-455-1161 for more information
and to order parts used in this video.
Mustang Beltline Weatherstrip Installation 1965-1968
Beltline weatherstripping is the pieces of weatherstrip that run along the
top of the door on either side of the window, which wipes the window and
keeps water from getting down into the door. On older Mustangs, this weatherstripping can
easily become cracked, brittle and damaged, and can stop doing the job that
it should. That failure can allow water into the door and cause much bigger
damage to the door, so it is important that the Beltline Weatherstripping
be replaced at the first sign of damage.
CJ Pony Parts offers numerous beltline weatherstripping kits for 1965-1968
Mustangs, allowing owners
to replace any or all of the Beltline Weatherstrip pieces.
See CJ Pony Parts weatherstrip for classic Mustang Fastbacks:
See CJ Pony Parts weatherstrip for classic Mustang Coupes:
See CJ Pony Parts weatherstrip for classic Mustang Convertibles:
How to patch rust. - more secrets revealed!
Here it is one you have all been waiting for
this is a commercial repair, for a every day car
By no means a restoration job .although it is still a effective removal and
patching of rust .
Videos are for reference and entertainment only: Even tho they are based
on step by step guide - If you attempt a repair like the one seen in this
video please use the proper safety equipment,
Old Trucks and Other Junk [S5 Ep.12-4]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey rolls in an old '67 Ford pickup that has been hacked
on over the years, and shows how to get rid of the old afterthought floor
shifter, and convert it to a column shift that will actually shift gears!
After that, Stacey digs into one of the newest fuel injection units on the
market and shows how easy it is to install, and then demonstrates how to
shave the drip rail off of your muscle car. Finally, we answer the
question: Is it possible to put chrome plating on aluminum or stainless
steel? We take a trip to Advance plating in Nashville to find out. There's
so much stuff going on, you're gonna need to watch this show twice!