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Hello 

Im looking after rubber seals that sits between the tail lights housing and body. Pontiac Bonneville 1966 

Does anyone know what to use? 🤔 

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Is this what you are looking for?

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They are available at OPGI (Original Parts Group)

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Thanks for answer 😃

The ones I'm looking for sit between the taillight and the body

Goes around the taillight housing , like butyl rubber

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This is how the backside looks like, on the taillight frame

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I've checked OPGI, Ames Performance, no look so far.

I found this on eBay.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Brake-Tail-Parking-Light-Lens-Housing-Gasket-Seal-GM-Buick-Cad-Olds-Pont-1962-76/192478255388?fits=Year%3A1966|Model%3ABonneville|Submodel%3ABase|Engine+-+Liter_Display%3A6.4L|Make%3APontiac|Trim%3ABase|Engine%3A6.4L+6376CC+389Cu.+In.+V8+GAS+OHV+Naturally+Aspirated&hash=item2cd099191c:g:5O4AAOSw2fRaouzQ#vi-ilComp

You might be better off buying a roll of butyl rubber from the likes of Amazon. Just be sure to a small strip around all the mounting/alignment pins to complete encircle the pin so water cannot leak in.

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Frosty is bang on, just make your own seals. :cheers:

 

Here is what I would use, just cut too the width you need and stick it on, this stuff is what we use to insulate pipework, and its super sticky backing so it wont come off in a hurry

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I will also change my grill halves on the same car,

and wonder if anyone has done this and

can say how much I have to disassemble

Cheeres from Sweden 🍻

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