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Old 01-08-2003, 10:03 AM
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BEG BORROW OR STEAL (OR JUST BUY) THE NEW 'CUSTOM CLASSIC TRUCK' MAGAZINE!!! (as in Feb. 2003) IT HAS A 47 PICTURE, STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE FOR R&R ING ALL THE WEATHERSTIPPING, RUBBER AND FELT IN OUR DOORS!!!!! WOOOPIE!! i've had all this crap laying in my garage for over a year waiting for paint and to figure out how to do it!!

BTW, I DID HAVE MY WEATHERSTIPPING IN CORRECTLY AS PER PHOTO #14 WHICH SHOWS AND STATES: THE CORRECT WAY IS WITH THE BIG LIP AGAINST THE DOOR LIP. which is what i was trying to say, except i took like 2 paragraphs just to say that one sentence!! SO WHY IS IT STARTING TO FREAKIN LEAK AIR!!! <img src="graemlins/pain.gif" border="0" alt="[pain]" />

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Old 01-08-2003, 12:58 PM
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How long did it go B4 starting to leak air? If you made it past a couple of weeks, you set a record. Thay all leak with that crappy stock rubber seal. Only way I have found to seal it is to upholster the entire cab and install tight fitting welting.
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Old 01-09-2003, 10:27 AM
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went from august to last month. i got it from golden state pickup parts, looks like stock, but it's aftermarket. still kinda hard to shut the doors, is what gets me. i think most may be coming from the window channel however. and since i have it i would love to put it in, now that i have the photo guide. but. as you know my truck isnt painted yet. i know it should be done after painting if i can be careful, but with all the twisting and yanking i will probably scratch the paint, so i guess i ought to get off my *** and take my vent window and window out of my door and replace all that stuff. first i have to finish my garage and move. and go to reno for a week to see relatives and then my wife needs to getta job,in between fixing up the house-paint, holes in walls, doors etc etc to sell it within a couple months i hope so we can pay off all our almost maxed out credit cards and then buy a new place we want to live in-w/like 5 acres or so. i'm busier than a one legged man in an *** kickin contest.
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Old 01-09-2003, 11:33 AM
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Please keep in touch with this topic. In terms of these type of heplful tips. Thanks. I am gonna go get the issue right now.
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