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 on: Today at 21:43:06 
Started by pmac - Last post by pmac
Yes, according to the windscreen man, that is all you have to do, apparently a straight forward job. For what he wants to do it, Iím happy to get it done, saves me mucking about with it. I did agree to remove the roll bar to get better access to the window.  I was surprised how much water had actually come in, on the rear passenger footwell there are a couple of indents with bolts in, that fill up with water before the carpet gets wet. Nightmare, at least Iíve discovered it and hopefully resolved it before too much damage has occurred.

 on: Today at 21:21:14 
Started by pmac - Last post by 123hotchef
I tell you what I bet not many people know they have a problem,  I dont go in the back much but it just so happened I removed the rear seats and when i took the mats up it was wet under them had it not been me doing that it would be undiscovered.  So I need to remove the rear window do I and get a new rubber seal

 on: Today at 20:54:57 
Started by pmac - Last post by pmac
According to the windscreen man, the rubber has lost its elasticity and gone baggy, hence why the window is loose. When the rubber is good it should be tight to the bodywork to form a good seal. You should not be able to pick the rubber off of the outside bodywork with your finger (proved this with front windscreen). Once it gets baggy and lets water in behind it, itís knackered, especially when it freezes as it expands and makes the problem worse. Told me it wonít fall out but needs a new rubber seal. Heís going to order me one and fit next week for me.
Reckons Iíll get change out of 40 quid, so happy about that.
Will update when done.
Thanks again for all your advice.

Just out of interest, I wonder how many people have been out today trying to wobble their rear windows.
Cheers Paul.

 on: Today at 20:33:12 
Started by mounty - Last post by barnstormer
I've had my 2005 double cab 4D56T since bought in 2009, and took it to France 3 months later as a second car, out in the sticks you have to have a back-up vehicle.
I can't see that anything I could buy would do the job any better, the parts are cheap(ish) and it's tough and solid.

 on: Today at 19:15:45 
Started by mounty - Last post by 123hotchef
I think @mikeinatruck has too

 on: Today at 19:12:30 
Started by pmac - Last post by 123hotchef
Dam man well my rear bottom passenger side of the glass is loose too!

I did the wobble test like you said and I can see the water come out off the rubber as I move it! 

 on: Today at 14:13:49 
Started by mounty - Last post by Chris Site Founder
Had mine brand new from 2003 too

To tempt fate :-
Still have original EGR, Same engine, gearbox.

Starting to rust in a few area's - a summer job

I intend to keep it until I retire and then rethink - new truck or pack it all in


 on: Today at 13:27:33 
Started by pmac - Last post by 123hotchef
I will check mine later and report back

 on: Today at 13:02:30 
Started by mounty - Last post by douchecalamondaes
well iv only had my lisence 4 years but we have had a fleet of trucks since before i was born

 on: Today at 12:09:16 
Started by mounty - Last post by mounty
Heyup fellas,

Just a quick one. I bought my current pickup in 2003 brand new and still have her. I canít believe I'm by myself. Has anybody else had theres so long? I get some strange looks when I tell people. Iíve changed my car a few times but kept the same pickup.


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