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 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.
Step-by-step instructions for removing and replacing trunk weatherstrip on Ford. Matt uses Steele Rubber Products, adhesives and plastic weatherstripping tool to make changes.
Matt Agosta demonstrates the correct technique for gluing rubber weatherstripping to classic vehicles and hot rods. He also demonstrates the easy to install Peel-n-Stick line of products that Steele Rubber Products has to offer.
In this video Matt Agosta replaces windshield, trunk and door weatherstrip. He show gluing techniques and the best tools to use to complete the job.
Replacing bumper stop weatherstripping is one of the easiest things to do on a classic car. View this instructional video. Visit steelerubber.com or call 877-455-1161 for more information and to order parts used in this video.
How to remove and replace door clinch seal weatherstrip on Ford truck. Steps can be used for other trucks with similar body styles. These instructions will help with fix door leaks that can cause auto rust. Visit www.steeleruber.com or call 1-877-455-1161 to purchase parts or for further instructions.
In this video Steele Rubber Products President, Matt Agosta, and Scott Goodwin from Goodwin Restorations remove and replace the back window glass weatherstripping on ’67 Chevy pick-up using a cord on “My Classic Car with Dennis Gage”. Most vehicles can be completed with similar steps.
The quarter window leading edge and fillers work together to allow the quarter window to roll up and down, and to seal the door against water, air and environmental factors that can cause rust or deterioration. Since they are usually only visible when the door is open, the seals are sometimes forgotten because of where they…