How goes it all?
Trying to figure out these squirrley window motor rivets that came with the
They're half way threaded, almost headless bolts. What head there is is hollow.
They also have an aluminum(?) collar with a head that slides down the bolt.
I'm assuming the collar goes all the way thru door and motor with the bolt head
on the other side.
Thread a nut down the shaft to the head of the collar, put vise grips on bolt
shaft to keep it
from turning, and crank down on the nut hopefully pulling the "head" of the
shaft into the collar
and flaring it a la pop rivet style.
I've learned a few things about window motors;
It's a Not Fun Thing.
With the lift mechanism out of the door, the window closely resembles a
guillotine; this is not
just a passing coincidence.
Captain Morgan and Murphy are close friends; one attracts the other.
You don't have enough cigarettes for this job, however you can drive to 7-11 for
the inside of the door, with the shaft of a hammer holding the window up. This
to say... enlarging the miniscule holes in the door frame with a coach gun.
It is a closely kept secret that somewhere there is/was a GM plant with an
assembly line. On one
end came out cars. At the extreme other end were 2 window motors suspended in
The car is built around them.
The sun is much better to see by than a shop light.
The old lady across the street has a cute niece and a bad water pump.
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