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Discussion in 'Ford SVT Raptor General Discussions [GEN 1]' started by GitErDunn, Mar 22, 2020.

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    GitErDunn Full Access Member

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    Does anyone by any chance know the part number to the Weather Stripping for the doors on the SCABS? The stripping that is against the actual body, not on the doors itself.
     
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    Thanks, the stealership wants $700 just for the drivers side doors. I was like holy shit, i'll just listen to the wind for that price lol. I was looking up on Rock Auto website, just wanted to match part numbers if possible. Might go with these here though perhaps.
     
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    thats a crazy price. I bought these both because I wanted my doors to seal better. I tried the surgical tubing trick but ended up ripping some of the factory weatherstripping in the process. I decided to just buy these and it fixed my issues all together.
     
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    shoulda used lube when you put your tube in......
     
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    i tried to lube the tube. i guess even with the tube lubed it managed to rip the hole wide open






    We are still talking about the weather stripping, right?
     
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