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Door seals

Postby djwazza68 » Thu 06.02.2020, 08:15

The seals on my doors aren't marvellous, so I'm going to replace them with rubber items. Does anyone have a good idea of which donor seals are most effective as a replacement? I will probably end up doing a cut and glue job with several pieces I have from various cars, but if there is a simple cheap option I'd be keen to know it.


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Re: Door seals

Postby lotustonybassplayer » Thu 06.02.2020, 19:53

Jamie the seal, used seals off a mitsubishi FTO for his version of door seals
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Re: Door seals

Postby dapinky » Thu 06.02.2020, 19:57

lotustonybassplayer wrote:Jamie the seal, used seals off a mitsubishi FTO for his version of door seals


Yep - I followed Jamies advice and used the FTO seals - a bit of fettling required around the end where the door lock is, but otherwise quite a straightforward fit.
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Re: Door seals

Postby marvic » Fri 07.02.2020, 04:11

What is the best source of these seals? Not available in the USA though as car was never sold here.
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