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I need door seals, help me find them

2004 crew cab

Looks for right and left front to back door seals and the rubber piece that go on the bottom of the doors.

Any help is great.
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Item #18 for the front

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Can't find anything for the rears yet

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Awesome man thanks.

Any ideas about backs and the rubber on the bottom of the doors
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nothing yet, the closest thing I've found is just to buy a bulk roll and make your own.....there's gotta be something, just haven't found it yet......have you tried right from Ford?

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Called ford.

$30 for front bottoms rubber...$45 for rear.

$68 a door for door seal.

ford must think we're all married to a Kardashian or something.

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If they can get you part numbers, you might check out Tousley ford....they're a sponsor here on the site and they have really good prices as far as dealerships go, or I suppose you can go the same route and just call them and tell them what you need.

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Do not know if this helps but i plan on doing this soon.

Has anyone tried this for doors that rattle - Diesel Forum - TheDieselStop.com
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Do not know if this helps but i plan on doing this soon.

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Just did it last night to my front doors. NO MORE WIND NOISE!!!!!!! Love it. Now IU have to do the rear doors. You really need like 60 feet of tubing. Lots of oil. I pulled mine throung with string trimmer line (Weed Wacker cord) it is super small and it slides right through. Took about 30 minutes a door. Love the results.
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Glad it worked

Been a little on the busy side glad it worked for you. Will be trying it my self in a couple weeks.
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What kid of tube and were did you buy it?

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