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I have always used Black 3 M Super Gasket Adhesive, for my weatherstrip installation jobs. I'm ready to install most of the weatherstrips on my 78 and would like to know if anyone has found another product to use, successfully, other than the 3 M product. The 3 M adhesive does work well but it's messy to work with. In a perfect world, a clear type glue/epoxy that worked as well on weatherstrips as the 3 M product would be what I would like to use. Any recommendations?
Parked outside in the rain for the first time and it's apparent that I should deal with the weatherstripping asap to keep this thing rust-free =) Someone here mentioned that the MSA weatherstrip kit has had mixed reviews. Anyone have some stories to share about successful or dodgy installs?
Can someone post a pic or describe to me the placement of the seal with regard to the hatch lip? I found a pic online so I can figure how to install the side pieces, but the top is a little confusing. I know which side of the seal is the top, but it looks like it just wants to sit inside of the hatch lip, rather than ON it like the side strips. My car didn't have these pieces when I bought it. Although to be honest it's possible I would've pulled it off without taking pictures before starting my resto.
Hi all, I have a '76 280z that's essentially bone stock. When I started driving yesterday, I had a couple drips of water fall on me. Condensation on my windows is nothing new to me, but when I looked up, I noticed that there were a bunch of water droplets hanging on my headliner! They were almost all right above the driver seat. I'm getting the feeling that this isn't normal, and probably isn't very healthy for the headliner. I'm pretty sure I have a leak in the firewall that goes to the driver side floor, but I don't think that would cause it? Do I just have to replace all of the weatherstip gaskets around the car? Thanks, - Pac_Man