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1972 Chevy Step-side tailgate glass #939774 Tue Apr 30 2013 11:53 AM
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bigdog58 Offline OP
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Just bought a 1972 step-side that has the glass in the tailgate...looking for a supplier for a new weatherstrip...Any suggestions?

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Re: 1972 Chevy Step-side tailgate glass [Re: bigdog58] #939780 Tue Apr 30 2013 12:16 PM
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Flxible Offline
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something you'll need to find at your local auto glass shop, no telling what the inventor of that custom touch used

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Re: 1972 Chevy Step-side tailgate glass [Re: bigdog58] #940007 Wed May 01 2013 08:23 AM
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leonard Offline
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check out steel rubber they have pic of all kinds of weather striping you may be able to match it

Re: 1972 Chevy Step-side tailgate glass [Re: bigdog58] #940041 Wed May 01 2013 11:11 AM
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Britcon Offline
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You haven't included any details / pics, but I assume the glass is fairly thick, and ( I hope ) laminated / tempered for safety.
As the boys suggested, check out local glass shops / commercial glass shops for a matching gasket profile. They sure don't make anything just for this application. Steeles has a good selection of gaskets for specific automotive use.


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