Here goes..... Lay out the rubber, and install the trim in the little groove. Use lots of Windex here. Now work in the glass...lay the whole assembly on the hood on a blanket. Take time to pet the shop dog, Crickett. Feed rope around the groove, leaving enough to leed out the ends. I like a thicker rope, it doesn't cut into the rubber. Now set the whole thing up against the frame, lining up the center bar and the bottom lip should rest on the pinch mold. Begin in the center on the bottom and pull the rope to draw the rubber over the pinch. Pull at different angles, generally perpendicular to the rubber. After more pounding and colorful language, the glass wouldn't go in on the passenger side....the new glass, imagine that. I pulled it out and compared it to the origional broken glass, and found the cause. It is too big. I traced out the difference on the glass. Now make several straight cuts to make the curve using a cheapo glass cutter, then turn pane over and cut on the EXACT line on the underside. I used a set of adjustable pliers to grab and snap in small increments until both sides are broken all the way around. WEAR GOGGLES....this stuff flies.