Re: [DML] Replacing door weatherstripping
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Re: [DML] Replacing door weatherstripping



I need to replace my weather stripping too.  I just installed Toby's 
Basic Wings-A-Loft kit.  Very nice kit.  My doors open slowly so the 
torsion bars need a little adjustment.  That's with the weather 
stripping not there.  My doors seem to get stuck on the inner door 
weatherstripping though.  Someone mentioned that Grady's kit was 
thicker to make a good seal.  For some reason I think thicker would 
cause my doors to still get hung up.  

Anyone have any tips, tricks or which vendor has some 
weatherstripping that won't cause the doors to hang up?

Matt
VIN: 2953


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Chris Almy <chris.almy@...> wrote:
>
> Dave,
> The first time I replaced weather stripping was on my D too. 
Here's are the 
> steps I took:
> 
> Start on the passenger side. You won't see this side much so you 
should be 
> a pro when it comes time to do the "all important" driver side.




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