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Lmc Weatherstrip

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by g_mo, Feb 22, 2005.

  1. g_mo

    g_mo 1/2 ton status

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    Any Of You All Used Front Door Weatherstrip Or The Felt Window Channels From Lmc? If So, What Do You Think Of The Quality And The Fit?
     
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    Mine arrived last week. I will let you know when I put them in.
     
  3. 70jimmy

    70jimmy 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I have both on the jimmy and they have been on for about 2 months but it hasn't left the garage since. Rubber was very pliable and fit well as did the windo channel and felt. :D
     
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    I have also spent some serious coin at lmc, with window felts were nice and good quality, same as the vent window pieces, and rear top seals.:D
     
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    how long did it take you all to receive your LMC catalog? its been well over 3 weeks since i submitted a request for a catalog. i just submitted another request a few days ago. :/
     
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    put some on my driver's side window...fit good..never got around to doing the passenger side yet...I gotta go back in and do the vent window, since the new rubber is one-piece, I didn't have a rivet gun to get the vent window apart and back together .
     
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    by no means do i intend to hi-jack, but has anyone else come across a better bang for your buck on the subject? i think it's my next purchase...
     
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    Seems some have had good luck, GM is the best bang for the buck, bar none. Perfect fit, and longevity as good as the originals.

    Rear window u-channel seal from LMC I got sucked and is not made right nor is it good quality.
     
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    good thread, need more info and such

    rear u channel ? you mean the long one in upper door frame all around up to the top of vent wing ? or ?
     
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    but how much more do those sets cost Dorian?
     
  11. dyeager535

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    Tell you what. If the rear u-channel was still available from GM (this is the one that seals the rear window to the topper) I would pay double what LMC charges. I don't like throwing money away, but I know that the GM seal would be made properly and be durable.

    Skimp on price, almost a surety that you will get screwed in the end. Now with that said, more and more weatherstrip is being disco'd from GM, so buy it now while you can.
     

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