Door Weatherstrip Pair F-100/F-250/F-350 1967-1972
- Direct-Fit Replacement
- High Quality Rubber
- Seals Against Dirt And Debris
- Sold As A Pair
Pair of Door Weatherstrip for 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 and 1972 F-100s, F-250s and F-350s
Is rain leaking into your 1967-1972 F-100, F-250 or F-350 through the doors? If so, not only is this a nuisance: it can stain your interior and cause water damage! So be sure to pick up some new seals for your doors and order this Pair of Door Weatherstrip that’s now available from CJ Pony Parts!
Features & Benefits:
- Exact Reproduction of Original Weatherstrip
- Made of Premium-Quality Materials
- Formulated to Last Longer and Molded to Fit Right
- Made in the USA
- Designed to Fit All 1967-1972 F-100s/F-250s/F-350s
- Sold as a Pair: Driver Side and Passenger Side
This Pair of Door Weatherstrip is an exact reproduction of your F Series truck's original door weatherstrip. It’s made in America out of premium-quality materials, and it’s formulated to last longer and molded to fit right! This door weatherstrip comes with a seal for your driver side door and one for your passenger side door, and it’s designed to fit all 1967-1972 F-100s.
Please Note: This weatherstrip does NOT come with adhesive.
Because the F-100 is still an iconic vehicle, even 30 years since production stopped, there is an immense need for F-100 Parts. CJ’s is proud to offer a growing-catalog of premium Ford F-100 parts that will modify and modernize your truck!
Order a Pair of Door Weatherstrip for your 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 or 1972 F-100, F-250 or F-350 from CJ Pony Parts today!
California Residents: Proposition 65 Warning
This weatherstrip kit is designed to fit your 1967 to 1972 F-100. The seals were made right here in the USA of high-quality factory grade rubber, and are designed to perfectly fit and look like the OEM seals. This kit comes with seals for both doors to give your truck a more restored look and to keep it nicely sealed up and dry. For more information and pricing, click the link in the description down below. Now, let's get to the install
Okay, we're ready to install our new door weatherstripping. I'm going to show you how to do this whole install by using the driver side door. To minimize a mess and to make this install as clean looking as possible when it's all finished, we're going to take masking tape and mask off around the weatherstripping, because later in this process we're going to be installing adhesive promoter, which can make a mess. We're taping it off so we don't put too much on and get it all over our paint. So we're going to tape off the whole inside of this weatherstrip. This step is not entirely necessary, but it will help to make it look a whole lot neater when you're all finished and make cleanup easier.
Next step is to remove the six screws that secure the door sill. Now, if these screws are feeling really loose and crappy, we do sell oversized screws, so when you go to reinstall it, it feels a lot nicer and looks nicer too. As you can see, this one is just spinning, starting to come out now, but maybe we should get oversized screws for this one. This hardware has definitely seen better days. It might be worth to replace these door sills too. Good thing we sell them here.
Before you pull off the weatherstrip, take note of this seam right here where the two meet. We're going to try to put our weatherstrip in the same spot and get it to line up right here. It's probably going to be really difficult or maybe even impossible to get our new seal to actually seal right here, because this floor is pretty much gone. We're going to do our best, but it might not do so well right here. Rip off this old seal, and see what it looks like underneath. Oh, man. Just do the best that you can to get this old weatherstrip off. There is a lot of adhesive holding it on.
Okay, we're back after a couple of days. We had our in-house fabricator fix the floor here. He patched it, did a really good job, reconstructed this curve down here. So now that we have metal where we can attach our weatherstrip to, we're going to clean off all this old adhesive. We're going to use adhesive remover and a wire brush to make this as clean as possible. It is a pretty tedious job, but it's got to be done. Get a rag and wipe off all the old gunk. Make sure you get this as clean as you can. Now that we have the surface really clean, we're going to apply this adhesive promoter with a brush. We do have this on the website. We'll have a link to it in the description down below. This will allow for the weatherstripping adhesive to really do its job and stick to the truck.
We're just going to paint this on the inside and outside of this ledge. This is why we put painters tape on the inside, because if you don't, you can really make a mess and then see it on the outside of the weatherstripping. You don't need to go absolutely crazy with it. You don't need to completely make this black like you just painted it, but just get a nice coat on there, so you can get that weatherstripping adhesive to stick really good. Once you apply to the outside, apply it to the inside. This is why we taped it off, so there'll be a nice clean line of the promoter instead of it being all over the truck.
Grab the weatherstripping adhesive. We sell this on our website. We can have a link to it in the description down below. You're going to put a bunch of this into the seam of this weatherstrip. Do not go light with it. You're pretty much going to use almost the entire tube on this, and then you're going to take a brush and make sure you get it on all sides of this weatherstrip. Get it completely covered inside. It's going to be messy, but the more that you use, the better it will stick. Okay, we applied an entire tube of the 3M weatherstripping adhesive to this weatherstrip. Now, we need to let it to gas out and get tacky. While we wait, we're going to apply it to the truck. I'd say for this job, you're probably going to need three to four tubes of this weatherstripping adhesive. Like I said, we used just one entire tube on this strip, so then you got both strips and then the doors.
Now, we're going to apply this weatherstripping adhesive to the truck just like we did the adhesive promoter. Do it on the inside and outside right over the promoter. It's okay to make a mess with this. The more that you use, the better chance you have that it will stick and properly seal. Just like with the weatherstrip, once you apply this 3M, you're going to want to let it out-gas and become tacky before you attach the weatherstripping. We're going to do the weatherstripping adhesive on the outside of the door all the way around, except for the bottom. We're going to get the weatherstripping on this section of the door, and then once that's on, we'll do the adhesive down here, let it tack up, and install the bottom. Once you let this out-gas and get a little tacky, you can install the strip. Get an idea of where you want your seam to be, and then apply it on this corner for starters, and work your way all the way around. We have the weatherstripping around most of the door. Now, we're going to apply the adhesive on the bottom.
Its okay if you make this bottom area really messy, because there will be that door sill trim that will go on. So let this gas out, tack up, and then stick the strip on and trim it. Get this strip installed on the bottom. It is going to be messy, very tacky, stuff will get everywhere. If you don't let this stuff gas out, it won't be sticky. As you can see, this is sticking basically immediately. If you don't let it gas out and you install this immediately, it won't stick like this. Now, we're going to make our cut right here. All right. It's looking pretty good. It'll look even better with the door trim on. I'll let this set up, and then install the door sill. Now, we're going to install the door sill. As you can see, ours is a little old-looking. We do sell replacements, and also we do offer oversized screws for these, if yours are worn out and not fitting properly. Get it lined up with the grooves, then install your screws. You may need to do oversized screws or possibly even re-drill holes for this.
Okay, the door sill plate is now installed. You can fold the carpet or floor liner back over if you have it. Then, you can go back and if you made a mess with any of the adhesive promoter or the adhesive itself, you can go back and clean that up. Once you're done on this side, repeat the same process for the other side. Okay, we got the door weatherstripping installed on our 1971 F-250. It's definitely a time-consuming install. It's probably going to take you the whole day to do this. I'd say you probably need at least three to four tubes of that 3M adhesive. And when you go to close the door, it will be a little tight, but it just takes a little time to wear in. So give yourself a full day to do this, and before you know it you'll be heading down the road.
This product will fit the following F-100 years: