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Does anyone know where I can get a new gasket for the rear cab cover (or whatever it's called? I want to go topless when its nice out this summer, but I also don't want to re-silicone every time I put it back on.

Also, anything to look out for when removing this top on a 1991 XLT? Tips and concerns would be appreciated.
 

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1. no replacement gasket is needed.
2. dont need silicone.
3. search there are many threads on removal of tops.
 

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i have had the top off more than a dozen times. sometimes for as long as a couple months at a time. i have never siliconed. and havent had any issues with the original gasket resealing.
i don store the top off of the gaskets though. sometimes if i am not a total lazy ass i keep it hanging in the garage from the rafters.

i could only imagine what kind of mess you would make with silicone. never mind, how much of a pain it would be to re-remove the top after that.
 

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jcg230 said:
Does anyone know where I can get a new gasket for the rear cab cover (or whatever it's called? I want to go topless when its nice out this summer, but I also don't want to re-silicone every time I put it back on.

Also, anything to look out for when removing this top on a 1991 XLT? Tips and concerns would be appreciated.
If you want a new gasket set, you can get it from LMC Truck http://www.lmctruck.com

Good luck,
 

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excellent...thanks for the replies guys. I popped the top off this weekend and, as you said, no real gaskets and no use for the silicone that was on the truck when I got it. Spent a while scraping that junk off! Sorry it took me long to get back.
 

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Like SeaBronc said LMCTRUCK is your best bet I just started ordering almost evry gasket for my 93 since i am going to restor the exterer and suspention (lift) in 2-3 weeks but any way LMCTruck is your best bet if you want new gaskets and stuff.

(spellcheck pleas)i cant spell LOL:histerica
 
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