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03-28-2017 05:15 PM
Dclifton32 Thanks, I think I'm going to need something a little thinner. Main thing is my doors have a rattle that makes me crazier then I am already.
03-28-2017 04:00 PM
Weather stripping

I used it on the door opening. I installed it on my Model A and it worked really good. Hope it works for you.
03-28-2017 03:49 PM
Dclifton32 I purchased some today, I had a hard time getting it to fit so the door would shut. Do you put it on the door or on the opening? I ended up just putting it on the top of the door.
03-28-2017 03:40 PM
Weather stripping.

I used cut to length convoluted rubber seal from O'Reillys. It comes in a roll, it's reasonably priced and the peel and stick works very well. By convoluted (in case you may not know) means it is hollow and seals really well.
03-27-2017 02:17 PM
weather stripping

I have a 32 fiberglass body and need some weather stripping for the doors. What works well with this body style?

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