Tag Archives: weatherstrip

How To Replace Back Window Glass Seal With Cord

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.

Unscrew the u-jamb seals to remove it

How to Remove and Replace Quarter Window Leading Edge and Filler Seals

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

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Winter Beach Cruise

  One of the great things about living in the Carolinas is the winter weather.  We enjoy many sunny, mild days.  This past week was one of them, sunny with temps in the mid 60s.  So we packed up and headed for the beach.  Saturday we had lunch at Burky’s Grill, North Myrtle Beach, SC

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The Blonde with the Chevy Nova SS

This past June, I happened to be in the Detroit area during the Gratiot Cruise. Next to Woodward Avenue, Gratiot was where I spent a good part of my “misspent” youth. I had a couple of free hours in the morning, so I spent it driving the show from 9 Mile Rd. to 11 Mile Rd.

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Cruising For A Cause

The city of Lincolnton, NC banned cruising on Main Street in the early nineties. Four local nonprofits,  The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, Hesed House for Hope,  The Lincoln County Coalition Against Child Abuse, and Amy’s House against domestic violence, came together to bring back cruising for one night. Steele Rubber Products sponsored the event.

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Building The Part

Making Windshield Gaskets

When parts are unavailable we create new ones. Our front and rear windshield gaskets are modeled from old, sometimes cracked, and broken originals sent to us by automobile owners like you. We use reverse engineering to create a product as close to the original as possible. Our rubber compounds are specially mixed to improve durability. We strive to be

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