Re: [DML] Door Seal Lubricant
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Re: [DML] Door Seal Lubricant



 
  Shannon,
   
  I don't know about the lubricants, but make sure your seals are pulled tight.  Really stretch those things when you put them on.  This will help minimize the thickness, and will probably make them last longer.  It's much easier to do with a helper, but I think I wrestled with them myself a couple years ago.
   
  Jake
  1063

birdwell77095 <birdwells@xxxxxxx> wrote:
  I posted a message a couple of days ago about door seal lubricants. I 
really should have posted about what I need. I installed Toby's Wings-
A-Loft which works great. One of the doors sticks a little because of 
the door and the door seal being "tight". Is there a way of making the 
rubber slippier or softer so that the door seal doesn't grab as much? 
I don't want to increase the torsion to compensate. Once the door 
clears the seals it opens fine.

Shannon 
VIN 16113


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