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Trying to identify the runner on each side of the top of my 2005 GT. Between the top and side of the cab. It seems to have a rubber seal over it that has been eaten up by the sun. Would like to replace but don't know what it's called or how to do it.

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search my threads. I used truck bed camper seal from lumber store 12$ vs $50 each side from ford.


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I believe you're asking about the roof molding strips.



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OK, I found the part but not sure if it comes with directions. Don't want to damage anything getting the old one off.
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the rubber weather seal is press to fit except 1 plastic clip in the top back of each side. you don't need to remove the front or back, just let it hang. you can then unscrew and pop off the black trim piece. removing the old adhesive was the longest part of the job for me. I used googone and soapy water. once that is done and dried, you can either 1- use the factory replacements or 2- use the camper seal and cut to fit, just follow the inner raised line (youll know what im talking about when you get them off). then reinstall. I guess we might be talking about 2 different things. the ones Jeremy referenced are on the roof (which you stated) and the ones im talking about go between the body and trim piece that the window rolls up into, which are also close to the roof and are damaged by age and sun.

https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts...Y4LWdhcw%3D%3D

this part has the seal im talking about

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