When it comes to your classic car, truck or hot rod Steele has weatherstripping for all applications. For a lot of vehicles, there are OEM replacements that fit like originals and you can simply order those, install them and you’re all sealed up and ready to go! But some folks have a car that didn’t
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Weatherstripping is not a fun or sexy part of auto restoration but adds a lot to the look and functionality of your vehicle! Using quality products and installing them properly can ensure that your interior is protected from the elements, that your vehicle looks good and you have a nice quiet ride for many years
On this episode of My Classic Car Danny Agosta, of Steele Rubber Products, shows when to replace your rubber seals and weatherstripping. Danny also discusses the Custom Catalog and how to determine gap size using Silly Putty and Saran Wrap.
In this video Steele Rubber Products discusses their Universal line of products and how to determine the size of the gap between the body and door to find the weatherstrip you need.
Matt and Danny Agosta show install tips for door seals and upper window seals.
A short “how-to” on replacing sliding quarter windows for early 60’s GM Suburbans. This process is similar for other trucks and wagons in this era. Below you’ll find everything you need plus the exact materials that we used in this video. Be sure to check out our website to find all the weatherstripping we have
In this video you will see how to remove the old seals on the access door of an RV and how to replace them with new rubber weatherstripping. Below you’ll find everything you need plus the exact materials that we used in this video. Be sure to check out our RV page to find the
We make thousands of rubber parts at Steele Rubber Products but we rarely get to see them after they leave the shop. We visited with the guys at Quarter Mile Muscle in Mooresville, NC to watch them install our new brass-core door seals on a 1969 Camaro. They did the doors and the trunk seals
If you have a car made in the late 60’s, 70’s, 80’s or even the early 90’s, there is a good chance that your vehicle has aluminum trim. It can be found around the windshield, the wheel arches, back window and, in some cases, it was used as body side molding. And, if your car
In this video Trent shows how to remove and replace the hood to cowl seal on a Pontiac GTO using Steele Rubber Products weatherstripping.