The corner windows of a five-window truck add more work and are a bit trickier because of the compound curves. This glass was installed in the opposite manner from the windshield. The rubber window gasket was installed first and the glass was worked into the rubber. A few shots of silicone lubricant around the rubber molding made this process easier. A lot of careful pounding and finessing was involved, and Rich's hook tool was really paying off. "The guys who did this in the old days were true craftsmen," Rich says. Same goes for the guys who do it now.