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01-31-2009 12:00 AM
willys36@aol.com Metro rubber has repro parts but not as many as Steele.
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01-30-2009 10:59 PM
jimfulco
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Originally Posted by cboy
If generic weather stripping would work for you, J.C. Whitney has a good selection of shapes and sizes at a fairly decent price.
Be sure it's the kind with a "skinned" surface. I bought a trunk weatherstrip from them years ago, and it was made like rebond carpet pad. Stuff soaked up water like a sponge.
01-30-2009 08:49 PM
cboy If generic weather stripping would work for you, J.C. Whitney has a good selection of shapes and sizes at a fairly decent price.
01-30-2009 08:40 PM
RideQuality
Good source for weatherstripping

I was wondering if anyone can offer a good site for buying weatherstripping and seals for my 65 thunderbird.
I know theres a ton of T-Bird sites out there, but some of the pricing is a little bit high for a "specialty" weatherstrip.
In other words, I feel that its very likely allot of the weather stripping shapes and sizes can be found elsewhere, without having to pay thru the nose.
thanks

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