Good afternoon all,

On our 35 SC the rear doors are a double sliding door.

They are very stiff to open and close.

I was curious if anyone has dealt with this and has any tips,before I get into it

Thanx

Tony

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Tony. Super Disk posting number 22558 has a attachment detailing how to fix your doors.

Thank you,I have the disc and didn't even think about that.

Tony

Dan Stokely said:

Tony. Super Disk posting number 22558 has a attachment detailing how to fix your doors.

This is in the Resource Collection

Sedan Sliding Door Tips.pdf

Some folks may not be able to open a powerpoint attachment in post 22558.  Here is the information in PDF.

Removal of Salon Doors on a 1968 Regal

Thanx Char,

Looks like I will be glad she is stored under cover.gonna be more than a one day job.

Thanx again

Tony

Charlene Pike said:

Some folks may not be able to open a powerpoint attachment in post 22558.  Here is the information in PDF.

Removal of Salon Doors on a 1968 Regal

Tony, with the top track out, cut the track one foot from each end. Cutting the track will allow you to change the teflon pads with out removing the doors in the future. Another time saver is to get some wire brushes that can be chucked up in a drill, they will help out with cleaning the upper track slots. Wire brushes should be 3/4" in diameter and 1/16 to 1/8 in thickness. Plan on changing the teflon pads about once a year, reason being if the doors were used with bad, or missing pads the upper track will be rough on the sliding surface, and eat up pads on a regular basis. By the way removing the doors is definably a two man job!

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