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Old 07-01-2016, 09:12 PM   #1
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Do any of you guys know where to buy weather stripping for the rear windows of the king cab? Mine are pretty wrecked on both sides.
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Old 07-01-2016, 09:59 PM   #2
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I have a oem part# 79710-01G10 (for slider) try oem-surplus, I am sure there are some aftermarket ones but I don't know who... sorry
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Sorry, by rear windows I mean the little rear side dillies, not the actual back glass.
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Old 07-01-2016, 10:36 PM   #4
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my fault, I read it wrong, nothing available from Nissan anymore.. oem-surplus???
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The rubber attached to the cab or the rubber around the actual glass?
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and dont forget the small little half hose like piece that goes around the plastic trim. mine is bad on the right one and i cant open the window without it wanting to come off. and its a pain to put back.
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The rubber attached to the cab or the rubber around the actual glass?
The rubber around the actual glass. Some of it has rotted and broken away, some of it has become one with the metal, I'll probably have to take a razor blade and chip it off From what I can tell the inside piece is still ok, as is the little half hose dilly caddy was talking about.
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i bought a good set of the actual seals from david. but i havent tried to change them yet. shes almost 30 and i know something is gonna break if i try.
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i bought a good set of the actual seals from david. but i havent tried to change them yet. shes almost 30 and i know something is gonna break if i try.
Mine's 30 years and a few months old, and pretty much all of the exterior rubber is wrecked. I was planning to replace the door seals and all that when I paint it, but the seals around the king cab windows are destroyed to the point of me being concerned about leaks and stuff
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Just to update, after 4 years of hunting, a company in Thailand has started making new production weather stripping for the D21. I ordered a set of the king cab window seals for $90 shipped. They delivered today. I had to use a hack saw, razor blades, and a flat head screwdriver to pry the old weather stripping off the driver's side. Haven't started putting the replacement weather stripping on yet. I'll update again when I start on that. Been a long but productive day today and I needed to take a break haha.
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