Replacement Door Glass Channel for GM Trucks
So, you rolled your door glass down and it won't come up. You've taken the door panel off and found the bottom glass channel has rusted and now the regulator is no longer attached to the glass. You next call the local GM dealer and you're told the channel is NOT available as a separate part - the only way to fix the problem is to buy a whole new door glass. The salvage yards cannot help - the channels are rusted on their glass,too. The Glass Lady to your rescue!!! Stainless Steel replacement channel for your GM made trucks - will not rust. Consider buying two at a time - if one is gone you can bet the other one will go soon! The following is not an all inclusive list. If you do not see your year/model, please email me and I will check. Passenger & Driver side take same channel. 1992-1999 GMC Yukon; 1992-1999 GMC and Chevrolet Suburban; 1999-2000 Cadillac Escalade; 1988-1999 GMC and Chevrolet Series 50-65-70; 1990-1996 GMC Topkick and Chevrolet Kodiak; 2000 Yukon Denali and Chevrolet Tahoe; 1988-2000 GMC C1500-C3500 and K1500-K3500; 1988-2000 Chevrolet C1500-C3500 and K1500-K3500; (NOTE!!!! Only exceptions: Will not fit 1988-1991 C or K 3500 4-door crew cabs. These are the older style cabs and you can get that channel from your dealer.)
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Don't get all broken up over a cracked windshield. Our auto glass department can replace your broken windshield or repair small chips. We purchase only OEM glass replacement parts from PPG and install with high viscosity urethanes. No corners are cut to ensure your safety.

Windshields * Door Glasses * Vent Glasses * Sunroofs * Backglasses * Rear Sliders for all Domestic and Foreign Vehicles. Shelly Glass also replace glass on Heavy Trucks and Semi Tractors and Buses and Motor Homes and Back Hoe and Dozers, too. We've also fixed a train or two.

As Tim Shelly is an avid collector of Studebaker Cars and Trucks, we specialize in replacing and custom-cutting flat glass in antique autos, complete with glass-run channel replacement. Let us help you get your "Classic" back on the road! Request info now.

We proudly purchase all of our automotive replacement glass from PPG.

From the PPG Newsroom: PPG Industries has received the Good Housekeeping Seal for its automotive replacement glass.

"The seal of approval has come to signify the means of distinguishing the very best in any field," said PPG's Robert Chimka, director of marketing and development, automotive replacement glass. "We are very proud that PPG automotive replacement glass has received this distinction."

Founded in 1900, The Good Housekeeping Institute, which issues the seal, is the consumer product evaluation laboratory of Good Housekeeping magazine. Since numerous brands in the marketplace make their own claims and promises, the added review process of the Good Housekeeping Seal gives consumers an additional tool to use in product selection.

PPG is a leading manufacturer of original equipment and replacement auto glass. According to Chimka, "When car owners have a windshield or window replaced with PPG products, they can be assured that more than 75 years of experience in manufacturing original equipment glass help make PPG replacement glass parts the best available. With the Good Housekeeping Seal, they now know that our parts meet the quality assurance standards of one of America's leading consumer authorities."

What you need to know about windshield replacement: The windshield is a critical component of your car's safety system. As a safety device, its role is to stay in place and keep occupants inside the vehicle during impact. It is the back board for the inflating passenger side air bag and provides crucial crush resistance support for the roof, in case of rollover. If a windshield is not installed properly, it can come out during a collision and lead to serious injury.

Because a windshield is usually bonded into your car with an adhesive, you should look for experienced installers who have certification of instruction from adhesive companies in the use of their products. Professional auto glass companies take the time to do the job right the first time, so you'll avoid service problems down the road.

A replaced windshield must not compromise any safety standards that were part of the original vehicle design when your car rolled off the assembly line.

What's the difference between glass in a windshield and other window glass?
Auto glass is designed and manufactured for optimum safety in the event of a crash. Your windshield is made of laminated safety glass. The side and rear windows are made of tempered glass. Laminated safety glass is two pieces of glass with a layer of vinyl sandwiched between, so it will stay intact in a collision. Tempered glass has been treated to make it much stronger than other glass of the same thickness. If it breaks, it is designed to shatter into small pieces.

How long will it take to repair/replace my windshield?
To repair a small crack or ding (without replacing the entire windshield) takes about 30 minutes. Length of service may vary for a complete windshield replacement, on the adhesives used, the thoroughness of your technician and "safe drive time" (the amount of time your vehicle must sit before you can legally drive again after a windshield replacement).

What is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) replacement windshield? Why is it important?
An OEM replacement windshield is produced from original equipment-style tooling. This type of windshield will have the same appearance of your car's original windshield and will fit properly in the window frame making noise and leakage problems much less likely.



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