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Old 09-11-2017, 11:05 PM   #1
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Does anybody still manufacture the weather stripping for 95 HardBody? I will need it all in the future, doors, windows etc. if nobody still makes it what do you guys use?
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Old 09-12-2017, 06:07 AM   #2
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go to ebay, buy from thailand. fairly good rubber, and a failry good fit. low price, but you get a good replacement product.
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also, i dont know about the states, but some local rubber people will still make stuff for these trucks as they were super popular. however, get ready for some prices that might stop you from drinking beer for a while.
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ask david29 if he has any. i got a great set of used window channel runs (the seal on the in and outside of the window when its shut) from him a few years back. the hard part is finding the window "squeegee" that is on the bottom of the door frame.

the thailand stuff is fine, just takes forever to get here and cleared through customs.
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also, i dont know about the states, but some local rubber people will still make stuff for these trucks as they were super popular. however, get ready for some prices that might stop you from drinking beer for a while.

It's about the same here in the states, mate. An AC compressor for my 96 runs nearly close to $400.00 brand new. Yet if you get an AC compressor for a 96 Civic, it's only about $130.00 brand new.

Really all depends on the popularity of the vehicle.
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