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Old 03-23-2012, 12:01 PM
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Sliding rear window track seal

I got a sliding rear window for my truck out of the junkyard and the seals that the inner glass pieces slide on are in need of replacement. Does anyone know where I can get these? I couldn't find them on LMC.
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I did some searching on the internet about this last year and only really found out that it is not reproduced.

Some have had luck with using a universal channel gasket or universal windlace, but there were no real specifics.

I would remove it and take it to a local glass shop to see what they could come up with.

Good luck and be sure to post your findings.
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Run, back window glass
Fits 73-up F100-350 w/sliding rear window
Lower D0TZ-10422A20-A
Upper D0TZ-10422A36-A
I was unable to locate any of the upper runs and only one lower run. Unfortunately the dealer that has it is Bob Allen Ford. He has a reputation of really jacking up the prices on obsolete parts so be prepared.
Another thing to note, the part number they have it listed under is actually incorrect. This is a very common problem with Ford when the year ID in the part is "0". It is very often entered as the letter "O" instead of the numeric "0". They have it listed with the letter O in DOTZ.
DOTZ-10422A20-A
Bob Allen Ford, Overland Park, KS has 1 (913) 381-2999
Just to give you a little ammo incase you call them. Last list price from Ford $40.02, dealer cost $24.02
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Ok thanks.

Another question. I've heard of guys putting in electric sliding windows in these trucks. Where can I get one of those?
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I believe C.R Laurence is the mfg.

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