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Aluminum Windshield Slug Material With Holes, 9 Inch

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Material Type:
Aluminum
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Each
Finish:
Natural
Thread Pitch:
#10-32
Overall Length:
9.50
Overall Diameter:
.74
Channel Width:
.50
Notes
Center of holes to end is 1-3/4" & 2-3/4"
Aluminum Windshield Slug Material With Holes, 9 Inch
Aluminum Windshield Slug Material With Holes, 9 Inch
Aluminum Windshield Slug Material With Holes, 9 Inch

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Aluminum windshield slug material designed for Speedway's round tube "T" style windshields.  This slips inside the tubing to allow you to attach hinges, glass clips and the frame to the posts.  9" long, drilled and tapped for hinges and glass caps.

  • Designed for round tube "T" style windshields
  • 9 Inch Long
  • Pre-Drilled and Tapped for Hinges and Glass Caps

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Windshield mounting I'm building a 27 Ford with a top. I'm looking for some way to mount the top to the windshield frame to keep a gust of wind from taking the top off the car when I'm driving it.

RickyD
June 27, 2013

Windshield mounting I'm building a 27 Ford with a top. I'm looking for some way to mount the top to the windshield frame to keep a gust of wind from taking the top off the car when I'm driving it.

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June 28, 2013
Jason
Closed cars had the front windshield pillar that held the top in place as compared to the roadster or what was later called the convertible. With your top design you will need an upper header at the front of the top inside to give the strength and thickness to hold it in place in the wind. Speedway uses a T bracket that attaches to the windshield header and then down the side of the windshield frame. The T bucket or roadster windshield frames have internal aluminum slugs so that the frame and slug can be drilled and tapped for attachment of the T bracket. With your top not designed as removable a good anchor in the header in the roof to the windshield frame is definitely a must.
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