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Old 04-10-2012, 10:19 AM   #1
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Default weatherstripping latex vs US EPDM

tried searching for opinions--need advice on this (GM parts are not an option right now). what are the advantages other than price on either of these types and what does everybody think is better. ? vendors please feel free to offer advice. need to replace both the front and rear pillars and maybe the door mains. the beat up w/s really sticks out on a white vehicle!!!!!

92 white coupe

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