Re: Inner fender sealing panels.
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Re: Inner fender sealing panels.



That's good news! The install looks great. 

Thanks for letting us know. 

Gary H.  

>  -------Original Message-------
 
>  
>  OK. I figured it out. See the photos.
>  
>  Mike
>  
>  On 3/26/2023 2:44 PM, 62-65-mail-list-club-Gary-H wrote:
>  > Maybe the attached not-great graphic from the parts book will help?
>  >
>  > If not, maybe hold up the panel with the outer edge of the rubber pointed one way or the other and take a photo to show us the distinction?
>  >
>  > Gary H.
>  >
>  >>   -------Original Message-------
>  >>   From: Jimmy
>  >>  
>  >>   I guess I don't understand the question. I think it will only go one way
>  >>  
>  >>   On 3/25/23, Michael   wrote:
>  >>   > I want to know which way the rubber seal should flex when it is
>  >>   > installed. Should the outer edge of the rubber point toward the tire or
>  >>   > away from the tire while it is pressed against the fender surface?
>  >>   >
>  >>   > Mike
>  >>   >
>  >>   > On 3/25/2023 6:17 PM, Jimmy Peavy wrote:
>  >>   >> Correction. I thought you were talking about something else. The
>  >>   >> recessed part of the panel faces the front of the car
>  >>   >> On 3/25/23, Jimmy wrote:
>  >>   >>> In the  wheel area, towards the engine
>  >>   >>>
>  >>   >>> On 3/25/23, Michael <493mike@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>  >>   >>>> Hi fellas and gal,
>  >>   >>>>
>  >>   >>>> I am joyfully assembling my 65 Belvedere for the last time (I hope)! I
>  >>   >>>> need to know which direction the rubber seals on the inner fender
>  >>   >>>> sealing panels face? Should the outer edge of the rubber face into the
>  >>   >>>> wheel area or out toward the hinges and in front, to the front of the
>  >>   >>>> car or into the wheel area? Thanks! My 65 Coronet is different side to
>  >>   >>>> side but, could have had the left fender removed for a rust patch in
>  >>   >>>> the
>  >>   >>>> past. Intuition tells me the edges should face into the wheel area but,
>  >>   >>>> I want it correct.
>  >>   >>>>
>  >>   >>>> Mike
>  > 

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