This rear window gasket set contains the rear window gasket itself and the locking strip. The seal mounts around the full perimeter of the back glass and has properly molded corners for a precise, factory fit. Fitted gasket provides a formed, seamless seal and accommodates locking strip. Designed from original part so it fits correctly.
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Convertible roof rail weatherstrip. This part fits on the folding roof of the vehicle and seals the side window when the window is fully raised. Fully molded with metal core. It also includes the front bow weatherstrip that seals the convertible top to the windshield header. Seven (7) piece kit. Replaces factory #C4VB-7453986-B, C4VB-7453987-B, C4VY-7453928-A,
This push-out window gasket is for the side OR rear push-out windows and has properly molded corners for a precise, factory fit. Up to six (6) used per van. Replaces factory #C2UZ-89262A80. Fitted gasket provides a formed, seamless seal. Designed from original part so it fits correctly. Made from top quality rubber to ensure durability
Window edge weatherstrip. This weatherstrip is wedged between the glass and the retaining metal frame to act as a glazing weatherstrip and seal out water. Note: This part was designed from originals pulled from late 80’s to 90’s Sea Ray Sundancer boats. May work for many other applications. Price: $3.40/ft Part: #70-3794-99 Steele Rubber Products manufactures
Steele Rubber Products Announces A New RV Part 70-3788-99 – This part is a T-rubber that can be used in many ways but is specifically designed for shower and screen doors on RVs. Description: This seal can be used in many applications where a seal is held in with a track. This part is great for
Steele Rubber Products Announces New Corvair Parts 70-3789-72 – Front door weatherstrip for 1961-1965 Corvair Vans and Pickups Description: Front door edge weatherstrip. This part is the primary door to body weatherstrip. Replaces factory #3767156. Price: $83.20/pr. 70-3790-72 – Side or rear door weatherstrip for 1961-1965 Corvair vans Description: Side or Rear door weatherstrip. This
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
See how the Camaro door seals are made and hear from Craig Johnson, from Custom Auto Rebuilders, talking about using the new Steele Rubber Products Camaro Door Seals. More information at CamaroDoorSeals.com Find your parts at www.steelerubber.com
In this video Trent shows how to remove and replace the hood to cowl seal on a Pontiac GTO using Steele Rubber Products weatherstripping.
On this Garage Segment of My Classic Car, Matt Agosta, installs the roof rails, quarter window leading edge, lock pillar filler and door seals on a 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V.