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Crew cab door molding?

Does anybody know where I can find the factory black/chrome door molding for my 97 crew cab? Im looking for the driver side rear door. LMC has only moldings for reg. Cab and extended cab models. I called my local Ford dealer and he said he can't get them anymore, thx. I'm thinking the junk yard might be my only option......

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LMC has the rolls you can cut to fit iirc

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Anybody else have any ideas? I'm still looking. The cut to fit stuff lmc has doesn't match the factory molding (that has endcaps). Im now also looking into just replacing the chrome piece in the molding now ( factory one is coming apart and flaking off). Can't believe nobody is still making these pieces?
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I've got good door weatherstrip for all 4 doors on a crew. It is the body side one that fits over the metal channel. Maybe even have the stuff from the doors themselves, but I don't know for sure.

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Get the part # from ford and Google it. They are out there

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I'd give you the one off my wrecked truck for nothing, but I have no idea how banged up it got in the wreck.

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I'd give you the one off my wrecked truck for nothing, but I have no idea how banged up it got in the wreck.
Pulling them off usually kills them

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What is the best adhesive or method for attaching these moldings back to the body?
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I was very careful when I pulled them off, I used a olfa knife and extended the blade behind the molding to cut the foam tape. I still have all of the moldings, and in great shape. I am torn whether or not to put them on.

2 strips of good autobody foam tape, one on the top and one on the bottom will hold them on.

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