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Old 02-05-2018, 08:06 AM
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I just got a nice new piece of glass for my passenger door and removed the trim from the old broken glass. Now the question is, what do I use to replace the rubber that the trim slides over?
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Well I would need that piece also but I was actually talking about the trim that runs along the top and down the back of the glass. Maybe the inner tube idea will work for that as well. I should have specified before but this is for my Sunliner. Not sure if that makes any difference.
Having more information is always better for us but in this case it doesn't matter. The Ford part you want is BA 7621478-C. It is 'cut to fit' and used on all car lines, on the bottom or other areas where metal surrounds the door glass.

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