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Rear window weather strips

I've been looking on broncograveyard.com for the right ones but the photo's are kind of small I'm looking to redo the inner and outer ones in the top of the tail gate and the track in the top that the window moves in.

I have searched the forums but there doesn't seem to be any clear answers every thread seems to go off on a tangent.

Edit:Bronco graveyard part numbers and prices
Rear glass run-36020-39.00
Rear strip right-34544a-16.00
Rear strip left-34545a-16.00
Tailgate inner and outer sweeps-55.00
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LMC truck carries both the sweeps which are the ones on the tailgate and the glass run which is the one the glass slides into.

Rockauto.com also carries the sweeps and they are less expensive than LMC

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...every thread seems to go off on a tangent.
I can't believe that! We never go off on tangents. Sometimes skews, but never tangents. I remember back when I was first learning plane geometry...
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...there doesn't seem to be any clear answers...
Well, after you find out what works for you, be SURE to post back a clear answer into THIS thread, so the next person like you can find the answer easily. Editing it into the first post would be best.
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-30-2013, 02:51 AM Thread Starter
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Is the run one piece,in all the pics it looks like one long piece but in my truck it is three pieces?
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Thanks I ordered them when they arrive ill post the part numbers I ordered like you suggested for future persons
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If you can, post how your install went. It's a repair on my list as well.

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Just got done doing this on mine. A few pointers, be sure to lube the channel and glass with silicon spray when you get the new channel in. Mine were so bad for so long that they kept zero pressure on the window. After i got them on the window motor was so tired that i could not get the window up. New motor and she's good to go.

Also, check your tailgate Spot Welds (where the front meets the back of your tail gate) while you have the side seals out (the seal that the screw runs through). This is a common place to find cracks. I would recommend addressing those before you put your new channels in. That way you don't jack them with a little welding later on.
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Everything went great during the install but i didn't take any pics since i haven't been on in a while.My only problem with what I ordered is that my original run that went in the top had all kinds of clips and screws in it but the new one only had slots for the plastic push pins.I put screws in the top part but it seemed to distort the strip so i took it back out and haven't had a problem with it falling out.
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