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#729603 - November 05th 2017 4:38 pm Need the proper weather stripping  
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Hey guys, I’ve got a 1977 b200 that I need to replace a good amount of the weather seals and strips on. I’ve had decent luck finding the right door seals but can’t seam to find anything for the windows that will fit properly. Looking for recommendations on where to buy these and if there are any brands people have preferences for.

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#729605 - November 05th 2017 4:47 pm Re: Need the proper weather stripping [Re: Ether]  
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weatherstrip-specialists on ebay have for a 1971-79 dodge van. Never bought any from them, but I always thought with the 78 years the belt line or door felts changed.

#729606 - November 05th 2017 4:59 pm Re: Need the proper weather stripping [Re: Meanmachine]  
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Thank you meanmachine, this was actually super helpful because now I know the proper name for these types of seals.
Apparently they are called "sweep seals" , the more you know smile


Looks like these are what I'm looking for?
http://www.partstrain.com/store/det...3qLeo1wIVSpV-Ch0NNwwpEAQYAiABEgJaFfD_BwE

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