Re: [DML] Door Weather Stripping
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Re: [DML] Door Weather Stripping

I had the same issue with mine where the driver's side was cracked, but the 
passenger side was fine. I don't know if it was DMCH or the original DMC 
that changed it, but the newer design does work better for sealing.

If you are concerned a bit about the looks with the screws showing more, I 
came up with a nice solution. I threw out the old rusted black screws and 
picked up new ones at Lowes. They sell the exact same size of sheet metal 
screws in stainless steel at 5 for a buck. They look nice and wont' rust on 

VIN 4099

At 11:43 PM 7/8/2005 +0000, you wrote:
>Anyway, I took off the old ones and I noticed that the new one does
>not go on the same way.  The old one had the rubber piece facing the
>outside of the door and then a channel where you secure it to the
>bottom of the door.  The new one mounts in such a way as the channel
>is facing the outside and then the rubber piece is facing the
>inside.  The are effectively the opposite of each other.
>Now, the simple solution that will come to mind is to reverse them
>and use the other side on the driver's door and then they will work.
>Wrong!  Both sides on the new ones are the same in that they have the
>rubber facing the inside and both of the originals have the rubber
>facing the outside.
>I guess it really would not make much of a difference except that
>when you open the door, you now see a channel and the securing screws
>and on the old one, you saw the piece of rubber and no screws.  I
>kind of think that the originals looked better than the replacements
>but I am wondering which is correct.
>My question is simple.  Which way is correct and why did mine face
>the outside when the new ones face the inside?  Both parts are
>similar although not the same.  I bought them from Houston and, while
>they are different than the ones that were on the car, they certainly
>Your help please...
>Scot Stern

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