Re: [DML] Weatherstrip and Sun Damage
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Re: [DML] Weatherstrip and Sun Damage



The original outer door seals (weatherstripping) need little or no 
excuse to shrink and go hard. They pull away form the bodywork and rip 
and/or tear and don't fit if you try and replace them dut to shrinkage.

I sell silicone rubber seals on ebay which should last a lifetime

Martin

Steve wrote:

>Group,
>
>Need some wisdom from long timer owners.  
>
>Does sun and heat cause the D's seat to crack?  What causes the
>weatherstrips to separate from the fiberglass shell, leaving sticky
>goo?  Does being a garage queen cause damage to the outer
>weatherstripping?  
>
>Asking because I just saw one for sale today and owner told me the
>vehicle was parked in garage most of the time.  My gut feeling is that
>something doesn't jive.
>
>
>Steve
>
>  
>



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