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Well yall, my search has proved fruitless... I am trying to figure out if when I find the drivers side vent glass do I need some kind of seal for it? When I was getting all the old glass pieces out i got a little bit of rubber out with it, but i could not tell if it was sealant or if it was a separate rubber seal of some kind. According to the LMC catalog there is no separate seal. Can some please confirm this for me? Thanks!

On a side note, what is the retainer that the listing is referring to?


http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/fd/full.aspx?Page=13
 

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yo, here is what Steve calls this stuff;
Vent Window Disassembly in 78-96; "...The vent window frame is very easy to remove from the door once the door panel is off. Roll the glass all the way down, and remove the 2 phillips screws from the upper front edge of the door frame. Remove the 11mm (7/16") bolt from the inner door skin, just rearward of the divider bar and about 6" down from the glass. (Do not remove the 8mm - 5/16" bolt if present.) Pull the rubber glass run down from where the divider meets the top of the door frame & rearward out of the back of the divider. Tilt the vent window frame rearward to remove it from the channel in the door's upper forward edge, and rotate the front of the vent window frame inward 90 degrees. Tilt the frame back and slide it up & out of the door. Reverse to install..."
Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at http://www.supermotors.net/vehicles/registry/media/687495

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Vent Window Rubber Right, 92-96 # 36011 New 1992-96 Ford Bronco 1992-96 Ford Truck Pass Side Price: $210.00
wow!!!!
other side same $$$
http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/c-601-door-vent-windows.html
 

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Miesk5, I feel pretty certain that the 210.00 rubber is the rubber seal that is on the door frame that seals to the vent glass to the door when it is closed. I am referring to a sealant or gasket of some kind that actually goes in between the glass and the frame that holds the glass. Thanks!
 
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