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

I know my inner door weatherstripping is at least 10 years old.  They 
are ripped in some places.  Also, whoever installed them last put them 
on wrong to begin with.  Who would have just plain weatherstripping?  
DMCH? PJ Grady? Special T Auto?  I see it listed on all of their 
sites, but doesn't really say if it's the thick kind or not.

VIN: 2953

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@...> 
> Clean the spot on the doors that the seal rubs against with alcohol.
> Spray some silicone lubricant on a rag and wipe it onto the door
> seals. Thicker seals won't necessaraly help. They are for cars that
> have a large gap when the doors are closed. Most cars are fine with
> the standard size seal. Do not try to compensate for old, dead door
> seals by adjusting the doors to close tighter. Replace the seals if
> they are over 10 years old. When the rubber gets old it gets "sticky"
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757

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