Anti rattle plates

Convertible A-Body Mopar

  1. Naplm00

    Naplm00 Well-Known Member

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    Tooljunkie King of cobble/master of the broken bolt FABO Gold Member

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    Top of window frame, top alignment pins park in them.
    That what it looks like to me.
     
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    • Dana67Dart

      Dana67Dart Like a fine wine, only getting better with age! FABO Gold Member

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      They look different than the ones I took out of my 67 and replaced with classic or year one replacements
       
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      Syleng1 Karma is real and Life is short... FABO Gold Member

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      THESE PLATES MOUNT TO THE FRAME HEADER TO ALIGN THE TOP WHEN CLOSING AND HELP TO PREVENT RATTLING WHEN TOP IS IN ITS UP POSITION ***1963-1969 A AND B-BODY MODELS***

      Here is what the ad says.
       
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      • Naplm00

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        Now that I look down inside the pin holes see the remnats of one of these. Anywhere cheaper to get them?
         
      • 65Val

        65Val Average Length Member

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        Yes, different years and body styles used different designs of these, but all perform the same function. These are the A-body versions...

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      • Naplm00

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        Strange they list the above as the correct for a 64 dart
         
      • 66Dvert

        66Dvert Working on my custom car parts again! FABO Gold Member

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        the link in the first post is for later than 66 for sure, the pic in post #6 fits the 66 and 65 that I have.
         
      • Jim Lusk

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        The E-body anti-rattle clips/parts look like those. Never seen anything like them on an A-body. The ones 65Val posted are what 67-69 A-body convertibles used.
         
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          Like I said those look like the E-body pieces that go in the top of the windshield frame. There are no plastic pieces that go on the top header. I was working around a '70 Challenger convertible yesterday and took a close look at those pieces.
           
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