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havoc1482

New door weather stripping

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Hello. My '78 Phoenix needs some new weather stripping for the doors, does anyone know someplace/website that can help me? The current stripping is dry rotted and water drips onto my arm when I brake if its raining xD

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Steele Rubber Products

http://www.steelerubber.com/

They have weather stripping for both 2 and 4 door'78 Phoenixs. I have used their products on my convertible's rear quarter window glass, door seals and A-pillar seals. You might also want to get some 3M super weather stripping adhesive (I prefer the black over the yellow since the weather stripping is black). You will also want to get some 3M weather stripping adhesive remover to help remove any factory glue that is still on the car.

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