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Old 12-12-2011, 10:49 AM   #151
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I had the moleskin for a while but was frustrated by the adhesive smearing on the tint that was hard to clean. A few months ago I bought '08 interior door trim belts that have a felt strip and they work great. Ford part #8R3Z-6321456-A (Pass. side) and #8R3Z-6321457-A (Drivers side).
Bingo, no need to mess around with the felt crap, as just replacing the strips takes less time and is a permanent solution.
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The factory ones don't have the felt? What's involved in changing them
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I had the moleskin for a while but was frustrated by the adhesive smearing on the tint that was hard to clean. A few months ago I bought '08 interior door trim belts that have a felt strip and they work great. Ford part #8R3Z-6321456-A (Pass. side) and #8R3Z-6321457-A (Drivers side).

Will these parts work for a 2005?
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