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Old 09-10-2007
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Rusted window to door molding?

On my 98 Ranger the "molding" that is on the door at the bottom of the window(outside) is rusting. the molding looks like it is steel wrapped in rubber. Where can I get replacments??

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Dealer....
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yeah suppoedly it pops out, in 2000 they switched to using alumnium so it doesnt rust like they used to.
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there has gotta be a better place to buy from than the dealer. Mine is looking moldy or worn or something. I saw a truck with that molding color-matched and looked really good, I wonder how difficult that would be to accomplish.
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im 100% sure theres a link to them on this site but i cant find it.... theyre like 20-30$ a side for new ones....if you find them, post it here because i need them
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x2 cleveland winters havent been easy on mine.
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Old 09-11-2007
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ordered them from Ford today. $42 each! Ouch!
Now how not to mess up the new ones?
How to remove old and install new??

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This may be too late but LMC has all that type of stuff. Their website is http://www.lmctruck.com/
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Nice site , they are $29.95 there

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old snaps out and the new snaps back in
Very easy

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