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Old 01-16-2019, 12:21 PM
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Foam backer rod from Home Depot pulled through the rubber door seals makes a significant noise reduction too.
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'97 F250 ECLB Tan White Tan Now ZF5 , 4:10s, D60, PMF 3.5 RSK, Anti sways front/rear w rear bags 5 blocks (175,000 Kms) DP, intake and 4 exhaust, FFD 205/30s, Hydra, E fuel.
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Old 05-09-2019, 05:11 PM
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HI What size backer rod did you use. Also did you completely remove the weather stripping from the truck? it looks like a job removing all the stuff covering the stripe. I have owned the truck since new. In fact I order it from Ford. took 4 months to come to me. 1995 f350 4x4 s/ rear wheel. Oh & I live in Delta BC.
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Old 05-10-2019, 02:14 AM
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HI What size backer rod did you use. Also did you completely remove the weather stripping from the truck? it looks like a job removing all the stuff covering the stripe. I have owned the truck since new. In fact I order it from Ford. took 4 months to come to me. 1995 f350 4x4 s/ rear wheel. Oh & I live in Delta BC.
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3/8 backer rod is what I used and will on Tan White Tan truck soon. As I recall just need to remove the floor trim plate. Then gently pull the stock door jam seal rubber out. I also used steel fish tape, some black electric tape and soapy water. Carefully run fish tape through tube in door seal, be careful not to tear, helps to lay out in a straight line as possible. Then using tape attach backer rod to fish tape and wrap a ways down backer rod. Dampen with soapy water and carefully pull through door seal tube. Go slow and be careful not to tear B Rod or hole door seal. Re install, door will shut a little harder and you might have to adjust the striker post just a tad, until B Rod compresses.
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