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February 6, 2018

Vintage Trailer Seals & Strips

Pile Weatherstrip#70-3843-99

25-foot roll. This pile weatherstrip seal slides into the aluminum channel in the aluminum frame of the Hehr Series 1900, 2500 sliding window. The plastic backing of this pile weatherstrip is identical to the width and thickness of the original aluminum-backing. The window was manufactured from the late 1950’s thru the 1960’s.

 

Pile Weatherstrip#70-3842-99

25-foot roll. This pile weatherstrip seal slides into the aluminum channel in the aluminum frame of the Hehr Series 1600 1626 Jalousie windows. The plastic backing of this pile weatherstrip is identical to the width and thickness of the original aluminum-backing. The window was manufactured from the late 1950’s thru the 1960’s.

 

Jalousie Glass Retainer Discs#70-3837-62

The retainer discs are used to securely hold the Hehr Series 1600 1626 and 2400 2401 Jalousie glass window panes in their individual aluminum frames. The discs are sold in packages of 25.

 

Hehr Standard Backframe Gasket#70-3839-99

This gasket was used with all Hehr Standard Windows and utility doors in the late 1940’s to the 1970’s. It fits around the aluminum frame. The flat part of the gasket provides a seal between the trailer skin and the window/utility door frame while the bubble seal provides a seal between the window pane/utility door and the aluminum frame.

 

Hehr Clear-View Glazing Strip#70-3840-99

This glazing bead is used to provide a seal between the glass pane and aluminum window frame on Clearview 10 and Hallmark 17 Hehr windows. The Clearview 10 windows were used extensively on Airstream trailers from 1958 to 1960.

 

Hehr Hallmark Closing Seal#70-3844-99

This seal fits along the top, hinge side of the awning type, Hehr Hallmark, Series 17, 1701, operable windows.

 

Hehr Jalousie D-Seal#70-3845-99

This D-seal was used as both the top and bottom seals on Series 1600 Hehr Jalousie Windows in the 1950’s and 1960’s.

Note: There were two different top and bottom seals used on Series 1600 windows, the wedge-seal and the D-seal. The two seals are not interchangeable. The wedge-seal requires the larger channel opening.The D-seal will fit into either channel but the wedge-seal will only fit into the window with the larger channel opening. For the wedge-seal, see our part #70-3841-99.

 

Hehr Jalousie Window Wedge-Seal#70-3841-99

This wedge-seal was used as both the top and bottom seals on Series 1600 1626 Hehr Jalousie Windows in the 1950’s and 1960’s.

Note: There were two different top and bottom seals used on Series 1600 windows, the wedge-seal and the D-seal. The two seals are not interchangeable. The wedge-seal requires the larger channel opening.The D-seal will fit into either channel but the wedge-seal will only fit into the window with the larger channel opening. For the D-seal, see our part #70-3845-99.

 

Hehr Standard Glass Seal#70-3838-99

This standard glass seal is used on all Hehr Standard Windows. The windows were used on almost all vintage trailers in the early and mid-1950s. It seals the opening between the window glass pane and the aluminum window frame.

Steele Rubber Products manufactures and supplies automotive restoration rubber parts and weatherstripping for American-made cars, trucks and street rods.  With over 12,000 parts available, Steele offers quality rubber parts for vehicles from the 1920’s through the 2000’s. In addition to vehicles, we offer an extensive line of seals and weatherstripping for all classes of RV’s, Campers & Motorhomes.

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