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    2cnd Generation Door Seals

    Hello,

    I am looking to replace my door seals on my 67 G10 and have been looking on the internet for the correct type. Not sure if OEM is available so I have bee looking at D seal from TrimLok and it looks like it would work. I was wondering what everybody else has been using?

    Thanks for reading,
    Harry
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    Steele rubber Products
    1970 108 panel, 350, 700R4, power tilt steering, power brakes, power windows
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarechev View Post
    Steele rubber Products
    Awesome thank you.
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    Welcome Harry

    Welcome.
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    Yes Steele .perfect fit did it 10 years ago . Bill
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    Thanks its nice to see there are a lot of old van guys still out there.
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    Ordered and have them on my bench. Now I need the time to install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry B View Post
    Ordered and have them on my bench. Now I need the time to install.
    The install better when it's hot outside, too. Let them heat un in the sun and they get nice and pliable for adhesion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLS66 View Post
    Yes Steele .perfect fit did it 10 years ago . Bill
    How are they holding up? I need new seals as well. Easy job?

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    Van is inside when not driving it so still like New . Install not hard .I used a 3m trim adhesive . A second pair of hands comes in handy stuff can be messy . Bill
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    Door Seals

    Installed the other day and a ice tight seal. Thanks for the tips guys.
    Harry B Neblock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry B View Post
    Installed the other day and a ice tight seal. Thanks for the tips guys.
    nice tight seal
    Harry B Neblock

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    Cool

    On the lower right of your screen should be an edit post icon.
    Click that and you can correct your post mistake...
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