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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-11-2007, 11:35 AM Thread Starter
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Doors Not Flush With Body

anyone else notice doors not flush with body when shut?? 2 of my doors are off about 1/8"...they say can adjust but have to watch for water and wind leaks that can develop if adjust doors. its not that bad cause i did not even notice untill i washed and waxed it, but if not cause more probs would like to get fixed. a ford hater was quick to point it out to me, also a small snap noise is heard every once in a while in the drivers door area which is one of the doors that sticks out 1/8th inch. maybe they are related. everyone can now run outside and check there doors.
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wow im the only one?? that sucks....maybe im being to picky...if anyone else does notice please let me know....thanks.
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its just the fit and finish of any ford or production line vehicle, it won't be perfect, you can adjust it by loosening hinge bolts/adjusting shims.

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I just went and checked mine after seeing your post and mine are flush with the truck.

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