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door and window seals whats the best brand to use 64 Bonneville

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Looking for some feed back guys/gals.

what is the better brand of door and window seals to buy? 

i have looked at rock auto with their metro brand and amazon...( rock auto are out of stock)


and also topsonline brand who state a 15 warranty.

but really i have no idea what brand to run with. this is for the 64 Bonneville 2 door hard top, which my research shows that 64 implala has the same roof rail seal 

rkb 2009106 

 I am also trying to find someone who makes urethane a arm bushes for the 64 too, anyone seen any? 🙄

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Two major repro rubber seal manufacturers I’ve dealt with Kiwi, Steele Rubber Products and Soft Seal. Both have OEM quality products. I think Steele’s catalog is a tad bigger. You can buy from them directly or through  other catalog stores.

I’ve got door and front and rear quarter window seals for Lucy from Steele. Trunk seal is from Soft Seal.

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