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Old 08-27-2014, 02:43 PM
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Help Identifying rubber.

I acquired several new pieces of rubber for my truck when I purchased other used parts. I believe I know what some are but they were not labeled. You guys probably know for sure so I figured I would ask.


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Cab Skirt?

Rear window?

Front window?
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The top one is fender welt, the second is the headliner retainer, third is cab skirt, forth is rear window, fifth, you got me.
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Fifth one looks like 48 - 52 windshield rubber with groove for stainless trim. But it should be one-piece molded.
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Not mine, but Trojans is always a good choice.
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