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Roller - Quarter Window Glass - Repro ~ 1967 - 1968 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1968 Ford Mustang

Roller - Quarter Window Glass - Repro ~ 1967 - 1968 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1968 Ford Mustang - 26214
Roller - Quarter Window Glass - Repro ~ 1967 - 1968 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1968 Ford Mustang - 26214
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    Rear Quarter Window Roller and Clip Reproduction for the 67 and 68 Mercury Cougar
    Replaces Ford Part #: C0AB-6423240-B. Four required per car, two per side. If your quarter glass is loose in the track and will not roll up and down these rollers are most likely the culprit. When the tracks get gummed up and the window takes too much effort to roll up and down, these brittle old rollers will break. Even if they are not broken they are often frozen in place from rust and will not spin freely. From our experience every 1967 - 1968 Cougar needs these replaced if they still have the originals in place. 

    Check out this helpful youtube video on how to replace these rollers.

    Product Reviews
    Total Customer Reviews: 6
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    Reviewed On:
    5/27/2015 
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    Nolen 
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    Rollers seem to fit well but when winding the window up/down they pop off. It looks as though the wire clip may be slightly larger in diameter then the OEM ones and not fully seating in the retaining groove. Ended up putting original OEM rollers back in.

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    4/18/2015 
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    Chris 
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    rear quarter window roller

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    Good quality piece that works well. In my case someone had modified the track a bit so the roller doesn't move freely but with this part at least I am able to keep the rear quarter window rolled up.

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    1/2/2015 
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    brant 
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    perfect fit! Easy install!

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    5/13/2014 
    Author:
    Geza 
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    window regulator maintenance & fix

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    one of my window regulators was broken, and the other windows were also somewhat hard to roll up&down. i decided to replace the broken window regulator and prevent potential future damage of the others by replacing the rollers. (the replaced regulator came with new rollers.)



    these plastic parts are somewhat prone to wear&tear&aging.



    replacing these could be a reasonable preventative maintenance step (in addition to the otherwise necessary maintenance of the regulators), especially with somewhat "tired" window regulators (original cars, daily drivers, earlier restores).

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    • inexpensive%20part%20to%20prevent%20major%20damage
    • helps%20save/prolong%20window%20regulator%20life
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    Reviewed On:
    8/27/2013 
    Author:
    Tailwind 
    Location:
    Fort Worth, Texas 

    Fixed My Quarter Window With This Roller!!

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    Hey everybody. I recently purchased a 1968 Mercury Cougar XR7. The right rear (passenger side) quarter window would not roll up or down (....fairly common problem I guess on these old cars). Anyway, I thought I was going to have to replace the entire window regulator to fix this problem, but doing a little research on this WCCC website, and various other "How To" videos on the internet, I discovered that most likely, all you have to replace is these little inexpensive rollers. So, I removed the back seat, and the quarter trim panel and just like the “YouTube” video shows, the original rollers were completely worn out and falling apart. I installed the 2 new rollers (2 per side) that I purchased from WCCC, and the quarter window works perfectly now. Very cool. Very happy.

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    • inexpensive%20part%20for%20a%20good%20fix



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