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Old March 19th, 2018, 02:45 PM
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Rubbers, Seals, Foams, and Strips...

Compiling a list of all exterior seals and strips for my 90. The PO was nice enough to color match almost all of them on the car wash respray. Needless to say they are all pretty chewed up, dried out, or simply missing. Here is my list so far, not sure what else I missed.

All numbers showing are most current supersedes that I could find.
Seals/Gaskets
LR044314 - Rear Safari Door Seal
LR032389 - Rear Door Latch Seal
LR055354 - Rear Safari Door Lower Sill Seal
303975 - Tailgate Lower Sill Seal
CGE500660 - Quarter Glass Glazing/Sealing Strip
CHB500050 - Quarter Glass Filler Strip
DBF500030 - Alpine Glass Seal
DBF500040 - Apline Glass Filler Strip
LR053838 - Upper Side to Roof Seal RH
LR053839 - Upper Side to Roof Seal LH
MUC1008 - Side Window Seal (rear sliders)
LR055345 - Lower Roof to Tub Seal
LR055345 - Windshield to Bulkhead
LR077686 - RH Front Door Weatherstrip
LR077687 - LH Front Door Weatherstrip
ALR6250 - Old Type Lower Front Door Seal (rivets to body)
LR024954 - New Type Lower RH Front Door Seal (attaches to door)
LR024955 - New Type Lower LH Front Door Seal (attaches to door)
LR056278 - Windshield Seal/Glaze
MTC4994 - Roof To Windshield
JAE000030 - Exterior Dash Vent Seal, Foam
MUC4299 - Exterior Dash Vent Seal, Rubber
LR053843 - Hood/Bulkhead

1. What do you use for all the floor/ trans tunnel seals? Seems like there are a hundred different ones to buy between all the different panels and plates.

2. What is ok to use Aftermarket, what needs to be OEM? (I bought door seals OEM already)
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Old March 19th, 2018, 04:58 PM
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I did all 4 door seals w britpart. For some unknown reason the driver's door is the crapper. I was going to consider a genuine lr one, but first off I need to be absolutely sure the door can't be adjusted correctly. I used britpart for everything else. You could prob skip the small foam pieces that you will have to buy genuine. Just Google pic of the part number and lots of times someone took multiple pics of part next to a ruler. This way you can just get a roll / sheet of closed cell foam and save some $$ by cutting out the sizes you need..

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You are also going to need a dum-dum alternative.

Escapes me right now what the name is!

And you have some duplication of items.
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Old March 19th, 2018, 07:19 PM
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I did all 4 door seals w britpart. For some unknown reason the driver's door is the crapper. I was going to consider a genuine lr one, but first off I need to be absolutely sure the door can't be adjusted correctly. I used britpart for everything else. You could prob skip the small foam pieces that you will have to buy genuine. Just Google pic of the part number and lots of times someone took multiple pics of part next to a ruler. This way you can just get a roll / sheet of closed cell foam and save some $$ by cutting out the sizes you need..

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Good call, that's what I'll likely do. I think my HD has Frost King stuff, which I saw somewhere else on here was used in various places. I just want to make sure the roof seals are good, wondering if the LR foam is better than the 3rd party.

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You are also going to need a dum-dum alternative.

Escapes me right now what the name is!

And you have some duplication of items.
like strip caulk? I know I have a few, figured since researching maybe someone else could benefit from a list. I think though some parts need the earlier model of the number to cross ref to 3rd party.
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Old March 19th, 2018, 08:06 PM
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like strip caulk? I know I have a few, figured since researching maybe someone else could benefit from a list. I think though some parts need the earlier model of the number to cross ref to 3rd party.
Yeah, strip caulk, black stuff. Safari and Geared both use it on their restos. On my 2013 Puma the dum dum on some of the seams around door was covered with what looks like black friction tape, or black cloth electrical tape. Better than dum dum alone under door seals, IMO.

It is a solid list. I thought maybe that was your order list.
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Old March 19th, 2018, 08:32 PM
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3m makes a black strip caulk. I got it on Amazon for under $20. Used it a bunch of places..

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