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My drivers side front window, when rolled up sticks into the roof weatherstripping. The front of the window is just fine since it rides in the vent window channel, but the rear portion of the glass "curves" in so that the corner of the window "pokes" the weatherstrip so much that it is tearing it up. Because of this, there is a gap between the front and back windows and I can push my finger in between them.

I have tried adjusting the channel for the rear rollers but it didn't seem to help. Is there a way to adjust the glass so that it doesn't curve in towards the car as much?
 

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I believe so if I remember correctly. Take off the door pannel and you will see the adjustment area. I know the quarter window has the inward and outward adj.
 

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Nate, do you have a '67 Shop Manual. If so, see page #17-41 for the instructions to adjust the window and page #17-40 Fig. 5 for the diagram. John
 

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I just followed the shop manual section that 68Puma suggested. It's all good now!
 
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