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Door seal fix with surgical tubing

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Interior Modifications Forum [GEN 1]' started by Hockster, Feb 25, 2012.

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  1. Hockster

    Hockster My 45ft Bluewater Party Supporting Member

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    Finally found my tubing... Next is to add it to the door seals... Raptor is 2.5 years old and doors are getting a bit loose... Time to fix..
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    ok, lets see
     
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    Hockster My 45ft Bluewater Party Supporting Member

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    This is on my list for sure.
     
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    Hockster My 45ft Bluewater Party Supporting Member

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    If it were me and I was having that problem I would just use a high temp grease or solid silicone grease...
     
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    Another must do!
     
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    I did this mod about a month ago when I started hearing the wind come through the door over my stereo and sice then not a single bit of wind its one of the oddest and most convenient mod I've done haha the things some people come up with amaze me
     
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    I'm assuming you used 5/16" tubing vs. the 3/8" stuff?
     
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    I too would like to know what those who have done this mod used for tubing size???
     

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