For many years here at Steele we’ve been helping people find weatherstripping for their projects that don’t have an OEM replacement with our Universal Products line.
Recently Tony Merk of Vintage Restoration in Troutman, NC stopped in to find some door seals for a Land Rover Defender 110 that he was restoring at the shop. After some looking he decided to try our push-on seal 70-3456-99 and it worked perfectly! There are a couple of miter cuts needed but the profile is a perfect fit to seal the doors.
All 1990’s Land Rover Defender 90 (2 door) and 110 (4 door) NAS (North American Specification) take the same door seals so if you’re looking for a solution, we’ve got you covered!
Do you have a project you can’t find an OEM replacement for? Check out our Unviersal line here or request a printed catalog today! Need a sample to make sure it’ll work? Call or email to request one of those as well.
Have you used a Steele Universal seal on your project? Let us know and yours could be the next one featured on our blog.
Steele not only has all the products you need but all the knowledge you need to get the job done right, too. If you have questions about Rubber Parts or Weatherstripping on your Classic Car, Truck or Hot Rod feel free to reach out to us! You can call us at 800-650-4482, contact us through our website or comment on this post and we’ll get you answers as quickly as possible. Check out our YouTube channel for our full library of how-to/installation videos.
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.
Raeia is the marketing assistant on the Automotive team and she manages the social media, sponsorship program and the blog. She doesn’t have a favorite car, but especially likes things that are beautiful, fast and loud!