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Door Rubber Weatherstrip Seal LH for 1967-1972 Chevrolet Models w molded corner

MSRP: $70.55
$59.97
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SKU:
FCD-G3004
Condition:
New
Availability:
Delivery within 10 business days
Width:
12.00 (in)
Height:
6.00 (in)
Depth:
12.00 (in)
Part Number:
G3004
Manufacturer Part Number:
G3004
Material:
Rubber
Interchange Part Number:
GM1390116, 3951813
Note 1:
w molded corner
Do you have weatherstrip seals available for my specific car model and year? We have vehicle specific weatherstrip kits for hundreds of makes and models. Please use the year make and model selection tool on our website to find the parts that fit your specific vehicle. Will the weatherstrip seal fit exactly, or will I need to make modifications? Many of our kids are designed to fit your vehicle exactly. However, there are all often variations that will require some minor trimming. We also carry universal kits that allow you to customize the seals for your custom applications. What type of weatherstrip rubber is best for my car? We recommend using EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer): This is the most common and affordable option. It offers good UV resistance and works well in moderate climates. How difficult is it to replace the weatherstrip seal myself? Replacing weatherstrip seals can range from very easy to moderately challenging, depending on the type of seal and the location. Self-adhesive foam or felt strips are the easiest, requiring only cleaning the surface and pressing the strip firmly in place. More complex seals like bulb seals or v-channels might require removing the old seal, using a channel-opening tool, and potentially using screws or staples for a tighter fit. What tools will I need for the installation? For basic weatherstrip installation, you'll need: Scissors or a utility knife: To precisely cut the weatherstrip to the correct length. Measuring tape: To ensure accurate measurements for cutting. Screwdriver: For attaching the weatherstrip with provided screws (if applicable). Ball-end hook tool (optional): This helps guide and tuck the weatherstrip into tight spaces, preventing damage to the seal or your car's paint. The main benefit of the ball-end hook tool is its precision and safety. It allows for clean installation without risking scratches or accidentally dislodging the weatherstrip. Functionality and Performance: Will the new weatherstrip seal eliminate wind noise and drafts? Yes, replacing your old weatherstrip with a new one will likely eliminate wind noise and drafts significantly. Here's why: Gap Closure: The primary function of weatherstripping is to seal the gap between the car door/window and the frame. This gap allows wind to enter, causing whistling and noise. A new, properly installed weatherstrip fills this gap, preventing wind from passing through. Improved Insulation: Old, worn-out weatherstripping loses its effectiveness, allowing air to leak. Replacing it creates a tighter seal, reducing the amount of outside air entering the car. This minimizes drafts and helps maintain a more consistent interior temperature. Quieter Ride: By eliminating wind noise and drafts, a new weatherstrip creates a noticeably quieter and more comfortable driving experience. How long should the new weatherstrip seal last? The lifespan of a new weatherstrip seal depends on several factors, but generally falls between a few years and several decades. Higher quality materials like EPDM rubber with no fillers can last significantly longer, potentially for decades. The main benefit of choosing high-quality weatherstripping is its extended lifespan, which translates to fewer replacements and long-term cost savings. However, even with good materials, frequent door usage and harsh weather conditions can lead to faster wear and tear, potentially requiring replacement every few years. The best way to ensure a long lifespan for your weatherstripping is to choose high-quality materials and maintain them properly through regular cleaning and inspection. Does the weatherstrip seal affect the opening and closing of the door? Yes, the weatherstrip seal plays a crucial role in the smooth opening and closing of the car door. Here's why: Creates a tight seal: The weatherstrip fills the gap between the door and the frame, preventing air and moisture from entering the cabin. This reduces wind noise and helps maintain a comfortable interior temperature. Reduces friction: A properly lubricated weatherstrip minimizes friction between the door and the frame, allowing for easier opening and closing without excessive force. Prevents damage: The weatherstrip acts as a barrier, protecting the door's painted surfaces from scratches and chips that can occur during contact with the frame.
This product is guaranteed to be free of defects in material and workmanship. Our guarantee is valid only if our product has been properly installed in the vehicle for which it was designed to fit.
Do you have weatherstrip seals available for my specific car model and year? We have vehicle specific weatherstrip kits for hundreds of makes and models. Please use the year make and model selection tool on our website to find the parts that fit your specific vehicle. Will the weatherstrip seal fit exactly, or will I need to make modifications? Many of our kids are designed to fit your vehicle exactly. However, there are all often variations that will require some minor trimming. We also carry universal kits that allow you to customize the seals for your custom applications. What type of weatherstrip rubber is best for my car? We recommend using EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer): This is the most common and affordable option. It offers good UV resistance and works well in moderate climates. How difficult is it to replace the weatherstrip seal myself? Replacing weatherstrip seals can range from very easy to moderately challenging, depending on the type of seal and the location. Self-adhesive foam or felt strips are the easiest, requiring only cleaning the surface and pressing the strip firmly in place. More complex seals like bulb seals or v-channels might require removing the old seal, using a channel-opening tool, and potentially using screws or staples for a tighter fit. What tools will I need for the installation? For basic weatherstrip installation, you'll need: Scissors or a utility knife: To precisely cut the weatherstrip to the correct length. Measuring tape: To ensure accurate measurements for cutting. Screwdriver: For attaching the weatherstrip with provided screws (if applicable). Ball-end hook tool (optional): This helps guide and tuck the weatherstrip into tight spaces, preventing damage to the seal or your car's paint. The main benefit of the ball-end hook tool is its precision and safety. It allows for clean installation without risking scratches or accidentally dislodging the weatherstrip. Functionality and Performance: Will the new weatherstrip seal eliminate wind noise and drafts? Yes, replacing your old weatherstrip with a new one will likely eliminate wind noise and drafts significantly. Here's why: Gap Closure: The primary function of weatherstripping is to seal the gap between the car door/window and the frame. This gap allows wind to enter, causing whistling and noise. A new, properly installed weatherstrip fills this gap, preventing wind from passing through. Improved Insulation: Old, worn-out weatherstripping loses its effectiveness, allowing air to leak. Replacing it creates a tighter seal, reducing the amount of outside air entering the car. This minimizes drafts and helps maintain a more consistent interior temperature. Quieter Ride: By eliminating wind noise and drafts, a new weatherstrip creates a noticeably quieter and more comfortable driving experience. How long should the new weatherstrip seal last? The lifespan of a new weatherstrip seal depends on several factors, but generally falls between a few years and several decades. Higher quality materials like EPDM rubber with no fillers can last significantly longer, potentially for decades. The main benefit of choosing high-quality weatherstripping is its extended lifespan, which translates to fewer replacements and long-term cost savings. However, even with good materials, frequent door usage and harsh weather conditions can lead to faster wear and tear, potentially requiring replacement every few years. The best way to ensure a long lifespan for your weatherstripping is to choose high-quality materials and maintain them properly through regular cleaning and inspection. Does the weatherstrip seal affect the opening and closing of the door? Yes, the weatherstrip seal plays a crucial role in the smooth opening and closing of the car door. Here's why: Creates a tight seal: The weatherstrip fills the gap between the door and the frame, preventing air and moisture from entering the cabin. This reduces wind noise and helps maintain a comfortable interior temperature. Reduces friction: A properly lubricated weatherstrip minimizes friction between the door and the frame, allowing for easier opening and closing without excessive force. Prevents damage: The weatherstrip acts as a barrier, protecting the door's painted surfaces from scratches and chips that can occur during contact with the frame.