Window Seal Replacements

StaticTorque

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As my rig is closing in on 300k miles on the body and living in the PNW, Im wanting to replace all the weather stripping, window runs and all that in the rig. Have everything nice a sealed back up, and maybe my windows will roll up and down better. Also don't want any rust, rust is bad.

When I was doing my research and taking notes on all the part numbers for weather stripping and window runs, I came across the small window on the back doors. As this window does not move or anything. How would the weather stripping be replaced on that window? Also, is there anything I am missing? I will be posting my research down below.


Window Seal Part #’s


LH Front:

Weatherstrip: 67862-60073
Window run: 68151-60010
Door glass channel: 69971-60020
Door molding: 75720-60021

RH Front:
Weatherstrip: 67861-60073
Window run: 68141-60010
Door glass channel: 69971-60020
Door molding: 75720-60021

LH Rear:
Weatherstrip: 67872-60043
Window run: 68152-60011
Door glass channel: 69971-90D00
Small window run: 68189-60010
Door molding: 75740-60020

RH Rear:
Weatherstrip: 67871-60043
Window run: 68142-60011
Door glass channel: 69971-90D00
Small window run: 68188-60010
Door molding: 75730-60020

LH 3rd row:
Window run: 62756-60010
Weatherstrip: 62742-60040
Molding: 75670-60020

RH 3rd row:
Window run: 62755-60010
Weatherstrip: 62741-60040
Molding: 75660-60020
 
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Went ahead and added the part # for that small window I'm talking about, just incase you guys don't know which one I'm talking about.
 
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Following... But, by weatherstrip are you referring to the outside seals? aka belt moulding? I changed mine 1-1.5 months ago, made a huge difference in window performance. I still need to find and change the insides too bc they're still hanging up as they're falling apart. I'll be cleaning & lubing the window tracks once I can get the interior, but I haven't had any luck finding them
 

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Following... But, by weatherstrip are you referring to the outside seals? aka belt moulding? I changed mine 1-1.5 months ago, made a huge difference in window performance. I still need to find and change the insides too bc they're still hanging up as they're falling apart. I'll be cleaning & lubing the window tracks once I can get the interior, but I haven't had any luck finding them
I guess you could say its the outside of that small window. As that window does not move at all. Check Amayama and Partsouq. Should have them in stock and just use my part #'s above as a reference.
 
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I guess you could say its the outside of that small window. As that window does not move at all. Check Amayama and Partsouq. Should have them in stock and just use my part #'s above as a reference.
Gotcha. What I'm referring to is the horizontal felt "seal" inside the door glass on each door. I haven't looked really really hard yet, as I still need to wait a bit to purchase since I've already spent a small fortune recently on many other things, and still need an exhaust leak repaired and a tune up lol... Damn allowances lol :rolleyes:
 
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Gotcha. What I'm referring to is the horizontal felt "seal" inside the door glass on each door. I haven't looked really really hard yet, as I still need to wait a bit to purchase since I've already spent a small fortune recently on many other things, and still need an exhaust leak repaired and a tune up lol... Damn allowances lol :rolleyes:
Just got these for my '94:

Front door: 68170-60030 x2
Rear door RH: 68190-60011
Rear door LH: 68240-60050

 
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Just got these for my '94:

Front door: 68170-60030 x2
Rear door RH: 68190-60011
Rear door LH: 68240-60050

Awesome! Thank you. Saving this
 

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Third row window is not hard to remove..

Install requires some rope to pull the inside lip over the rim, and the fsm. I know a guy who did it and said it wasn't terrible.
Good to know. I have read through the FSM one those. Just seems a little scary as I have not removed any glass before. Any experience on that little window on the back doors?
Just got these for my '94:

Front door: 68170-60030 x2
Rear door RH: 68190-60011
Rear door LH: 68240-60050

Ah! Those are what you’re talking! Thank you for the reminder, I need to replace those on mine as well, all torn up.
 

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Just got these for my '94:

Front door: 68170-60030 x2
Rear door RH: 68190-60011
Rear door LH: 68240-60050

Oh wait, are those the ones on the inside on top of the door panels?
 

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As I have gone through and posted all the part numbers for all the window seals, weatherstrip, and etc. While I was searching where I could pick these up for a reasonable price, I noticed that the Weatherstripping for the LH 3rd row window is discontinued, part # 62742-60050. They have the RH side, but not left.
. Looked at all the places I buy and they have none.

So I am wondering do I eve bother replacing the one side? Could I just buy 2 of them and could I use the same part # but for the other side?

What would any of you do?

Appreciate everyone's opinions. Wanting to order this stuff soon.
 
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As I have gone through and posted all the part numbers for all the window seals, weatherstrip, and etc. While I was searching where I could pick these up for a reasonable price, I noticed that the Weatherstripping for the LH 3rd row window is discontinued. Looked at all the places I buy and they have none.

So I am wondering do I eve bother replacing the one side? Could I just buy 2 of them and could I use the same part # but for the other side?

What would any of you do?

Appreciate everyone's opinions. Wanting to order this stuff soon.

No it’s not.
 

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