In this video Danny takes you through the process of replacing all of the weatherstripping parts on this 1987 Chevy Truck restomod.
This includes the vent window weatherstrips, beltline weatherstripping, run channel and door weatherstrips. He breaks everything down and explains in detail how to get the job done in an afternoon right there in your own garage.
Parts Used (specific to this 1987 Chevy R10 Truck):
- 70-2151-58 – Run Channel and Beltline Kit https://www.steelerubber.com/run-chan…
- 70-2147-55 – Vent Window Weatherstrip Kit https://www.steelerubber.com/front-do…
- 70-1901-72 – Door Weatherstrip https://www.steelerubber.com/door-wea…
- Tuck Tool (you can get one here https://www.steelerubber.com/scraper-…)
- Rivet Gun and Rivets
- Tin Snips
- 3M Adhesive Remover (You can get some here: https://www.steelerubber.com/3m-gener…)
- Paper Towels
- Soapy Water
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Steele Rubber Products, located in Denver, NC, is a manufacturer and seller of high quality rubber parts and weatherstripping products for classic and vintage automobiles, hot rods, RVs and Boats. Steele offers more than 12,000 parts for American made cars and trucks as well as a large line of universal weatherstripping and rubber parts to be used on any project. Established in 1958, Steele is a trusted name in the automotive restoration industry.