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Rubber moulding substitute?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mack57, Jul 20, 2014.

  1. mack57
    Joined: Apr 17, 2013
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    Anybody using rubber door seal moulding that is not factory fit part? It's really expensive. Looking for a substitute.....


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  2. Steele Rubber has all types of universal rubber that may do the job that is reasonable in price. HRP
     
  3. Used the universal self-adhesive rubber weather strips on my 32 roadster and my 28 hiboy sedan.
    Used it mostly to seal up door gaps to kill door rattles.
    It did help cancel out water leaks to some extent.
    I bought the rolls of Softseal at the Rhinebeck show

    Good stuff.
     
  4. ^^^ What he said,,I completely forgot about the sponge rubber with the peel & stick for use around doors and trunks,I actually have some of this on my Deuce truck doors. HRP
     

  5. oldolds
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  6. Jc Whitney used to have a good selection of odd ball universal type rubber moldings, reasonable priced to. Used a few different types on my 51'
     
  7. Metro Molded parts has inexpensive rubber door trim..They are in Minn.
     
  8. mack57
    Joined: Apr 17, 2013
    Posts: 176

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    Thank You All!!
    Cruise on!


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