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Dodge Rubber Weatherstrips

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The inside of your Dodge should stay dry and clean thanks to weather stripping. This barrier goes at the seams of your doors, windows, trunk and convertible top (and more) to keep the elements like wind, rain, snow and dirt out of your interior. If your weather seals are damaged or too old they will not keep out water and air properly, risking damage to your interior, which can be costly. Replacing your weather strips (aka weather seals) will be a good investment in keeping your Dodge in proper condition and at top value.

Weather strips are sometimes sold in kits, for jobs in areas like convertible top roof rails or convertible top seals, but are also sold individually or in pairs like for trunks or doors. For some Dodge models, like the Coronet, door seals are even sold in different colors, like champagne, fawn/sand, grey and more. You'll also find that some models, like Charger, which have re-designed and re-tooled seals for improved fit and function. Any reissued weather seals are clearly noted on the product.

TopsOnline only sells quality weather seals that will meet or exceed OE standards for a great fit and long-lasting durability. They come with a 15-year replacement warranty and have a smooth, flawless look, without exposed cells. Our weather strips have appropriate 3D contouring thanks to CAD and CNC mill technology and their micro-closed cells give uniform compression and wear so you can trust our seals to do their job for years to come.

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