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Username Post: 67 sedan weather stripping        (Topic#365103)
S10mk 
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Reg: 01-03-19
05-04-21 04:53 AM - Post#2819244    

Hi everyone, I bought new weather stripping for my 67 two door Biscayne, it's made by metro. and I'm having a really hard time getting it to fit properly. The pins on the weather stripping barely line up with the holes in the door, and when I do get everything lined up ok, it seems like the weather stripping is a bit too long. Has anyone else had trouble with these? Are they made to be cut to fit? For example, my passenger door has 42 holes in it, but my weather stripping has 43 studs on the passenger side.




 


BigDogSS 
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05-04-21 07:36 AM - Post#2819255    
    In response to S10mk

Is it the correct side? Try flipping it around.

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S10mk 
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05-04-21 07:38 AM - Post#2819256    
    In response to BigDogSS

Yep, it's the right side. It took some doing, but I got the left and right side figured out



 


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