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Old March 20th, 2016, 06:47 PM
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Pnew style Defender door bottom seals

Recently I installed the Puma style door bottom seals on my 110. They seal much better and no drafts in the corners, no water leaks in when fording either. Just thought I'd share.

The uprated door seals are only made by LR. Front door seal is universal and the part number is LR029309. Rear passenger doors are sided and the part numbers are LR029307 and LR029308. They require a couple of extra holes to be drilled in the doors to allow fitting and while designed for Puma doors fit older style square welded doors just fine.

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What did you pay for them and where did you get them?
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Rather than drilling new holes to rust in the bottom of the doors, using the old seals as templates I used a dremel tool to make new holes in the rubber seal, and just relocated the plastic anchoring pins to match the existing holes in the doors. Seals are a big improvement.
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Good idea!
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Rather than drilling new holes to rust in the bottom of the doors, using the old seals as templates I used a dremel tool to make new holes in the rubber seal, and just relocated the plastic anchoring pins to match the existing holes in the doors. Seals are a big improvement.
Yeah, I'm glad I read this first- ha ha

A few of the center holes actually lined up, then I re-drilled new holes in the rubber using your Dremel method.

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Oh, you just put them on the square-cornered doors, and it looks like it works ok. I had thought about modifying the corners with a curve, but maybe I'll try this simple approach first
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