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Weatherstripping parts list

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by billyjo, Oct 1, 2005.

  1. billyjo

    billyjo Registered Member

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    My 72 K/5 is coming back from the body shop this week and I need to install new weatherstripping to try and keep the water out. The problem is I'm not sure what pieces I need. Would someone be kind enough to give me a parts list or direct me where I could get one? I'm sure many others have experience in this area. It also seems that having a double wall top takes different parts than a single and mine is a double.

    Thanks,

    Bill
     
  2. Greg72

    Greg72 "Might As Well..." Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Do you have an LMC or ChevyDuty catalog yet??

    They have great diagrams for this kind of thing.


    If you want to replace EVERY piece of weatherstrip for the top, it will probably run you in the neighborhood of $500. I bought the two that seal the window areas and those were something like $100 alone.... :yikes:
     
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    LMC standard cab seal kit # 38-6247 $169.95

    Then you get to order all the weather stripping for the hard top as well.
    # 38-6950 & 6960 roof rail seals 54.95 each
    #38-6970 roof to bed seal set 59.95
    theres also some hatch seals and tailgate seals you might need also.
    :cool: :pimp:
     
  4. billyjo

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    Thanks for the input. I called chevyduty yesterday and the salesperson that I talked to didn't know that a Blazer had half doors. This scared me a little so I ended up calling another outfit and they got me set up. For the cost of the seals they'd better keep the water out. ;)
     

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