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64 bonneville door and window seals


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Guys, can i get some feed back who sells good quality door, window seals. i am about to buy a complete set to do doors, windows, drip rails, quarter windows, j seals, etc basically everyone on a 2 door hard top .

there is lots of places selling them but i am sure some are not as flash as others for quality and fit 

i know frosty did mention this way back but i cant find that thread

 thanks in advance for any feed back :)

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https://www.steelerubber.com/          Don't know about pricing,  Do know I've never heard anyone have a problem with them.  If they don't have exactly what you need, they will come as close as possible.   Not gonna replace mine til the paintwork is done, but they are my choice.😎

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thanks guys , good info

fitzy. my seals are all California toast , the one that runs up around the window edge to the roof falls apart every time i touch them,,, 

justA has a good point about leaving it till after paint .... and i will leave the door jamb ones off till then, but i do need to make her a little bit water proof for new Zealand rain, snow and ice :cheers:

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I agree with Justa.

Steele Rubber Products is my first choice: https://www.steelerubber.com/search?year=1964&make=pontiac&model=bonneville&style=2-door-hardtop

Soft Seal is my second choice: https://www.soffseal.com/parts/1964-Pontiac-Bonneville//

Most of the catalog houses like OPG, Ames, etc. carry one of these two brands.

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