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    SWB window frame bracket question

    I can not find the answer in my pictures or parts manual

    I know there is an early and later angled bracket with an oval vs round hole (learned that from Franz long ago).

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    My question is for the early bracket with oval hole. Are #18 and #20 then used as well?

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    Thanks

    Richard
    searching for engine (case) 903742

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    Hi

    My understanding (just done the same rebuild) #18 fits into the back of the frame window Channel and then connects to the oval bracket that is the bolted to the door

    #20 is for the front frame arm and bolts to the door also

    Hope that’s clear enough

    Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toffynose View Post
    Hi

    My understanding (just done the same rebuild) #18 fits into the back of the frame window Channel and then connects to the oval bracket that is the bolted to the door

    #20 is for the front frame arm and bolts to the door also

    Hope that’s clear enough

    Ray
    So 18 and 20 are also used with the oval bracket?

    Btw how early is your car? I think from as early as 304xxx vin the bracket have the round hole?

    Richard
    searching for engine (case) 903742

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