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52 Chevy Pick-up Inside Door Molding

Where can I get this? This is the inside rubber molding that fit's into the c-channel along the inside of the cab that outline's the door area's. I have looked at Chevy Duty, LMC and Jim Carter's. Any help would be appreciated!

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Any number of early Chevy truck suppliers.

Chevy Duty has this item Part #03-106 for under $20. Look under 47-54 parts and select door weather strip.
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What you are looking for is the windlace. All truck suppliers sell it in many different colors.
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Hey, Blaster

Chevy Duty is the most reliable in terms of getting the best fitting parts for your truck. LMC is probably the worst -- for example, I put new door rubber on my truck 3 times before I got rubber that was the right fit. First time was LMC Truck and the rubber was so thick I, literally, could not close my doors without slamming them with totally unbelievable force. Second time I took it to a pro' and the reverse happened -- the rubber was so thin, my doors wouldn't stop rattling. Finally, after I learned about Chevy Duty, I did the job myself with perfect results.

Check out my site link below my sig and scroll down ... you'll see every project I've done on my truck, with photo tutorials ... and at the bottom of the page, links to all the cool catalogs and truck discussion boards.

All the best to you, bro'!

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