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    Door weather stripping question

    After many years of rust preventative undercoating, the bottom of the doors/tail gate weather stripping started to swell up to the point where I had to cut them off. (2006 TJ Rubicon).

    My question is has any one found a good alternative to the original weather stripping that the stealership wants to charge me my first born child for? I'm trying to stay away from any 'foam' like product and trying to find a rubber one that might work.

    Better yet if anyone has any used weather stripping off any doors they are scraping, I'll grab them.

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    Door weather stripping question

    For my had doors I got replaced rubber weather stripping from just jeeps. Specifically made to fit with all the little plastic clips to hold it in. Wasn't unreasonably priced ether. I was tod at the time (6 years ago) to get the tailgate seal from the dealer as all the aftermarket ones were junk.
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