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Fits: 1981-1987 Chevrolet C/K Truck , 1981-1987 GMC C/K Truck , 1981-1991 Chevrolet Blazer , 1981-1991 Chevrolet Suburban , 1981-1991 GMC Jimmy

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1955 Chevy Door Weather Strips with Clips Vintage Chevrolet Bel Air 55

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Chevrolet weatherstripping to ensure that you have every weatherstripping option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Chevrolet weatherstripping, so that whether you are looking for a rubber Chevrolet weatherstripping or a cheap weatherstripping or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Chevrolet weatherstripping needs!

There's a great feeling of security when you close your door and hear a nice, solid "thud" instead of a "clunk." Installing new weatherstripping can make your vehicle feel new again and will keep you and your interior safe from the elements for years to come, not to mention increasing its resale value. If your vehicle is showing the effects of age and isn't as well-sealed as it used to be, we recommend restoring your vehicle with a new set of weatherstripping.
Weatherstripping not only keeps foul weather out of your vehicle, it also helps reduce road noise and rattles that would otherwise drive you insane. Although most people focus on replacing door and window weatherstripping, it's also important to check the condition of your hood/trunk rubber or felt weatherstripping, as leakage can potentially damage your engine or cargo area as well. Be sure to replace any weatherstripping that shows signs of cracking or over-flattening, as you don't want to find out you need new weatherstripping in the middle of a rain storm!
Q: What are weather strips? Why buy them?
A: Weather stripping is rubberized trim which mounts in the gaps around doors and windows to keep the water and cold air out and keep the heat inside. Stripping also serves to dampen vibrations and prevent rattles that would occur without this buffer. Over the years your OEM weather stripping dries out, cracks and eventually falls apart. This lets damaging moisture into your ride which can cause mold and rust, and it will also render your heater ineffective on cold winter nights. Fortunately new weather stripping is available to replace your crumbling old rubber. With new weather stripping you can restore comfort to your ride for many miles to come, and with reasonable prices you do not have to spend a fortune to ride in contentment.

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