Door weatherstrip-'71 B-body

1971 - 1974 Mopars

  1. rrTor-Red

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    Door weatherstrips on a b-body, the "fuzzies". They are held in with little screws, correct? Does anyone have a picture or know the size? Know where to get them? I think it's a #8 screw. I'm not home at the moment and my friend is putting them on for me and guess I'm missing some. Sorry for the many questions. Thanks!
     
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    Any short low profile head #8 trim screw should work, originals looked like this. AMK Products, only drawback is they have a $30 min order.
     
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      Let me check tomorrow on the screw situation. I know that we pack the Auveco 672 screw with the 71 to 74 E-Body outer door felts. I would think 1/2 inch would be almost too long.
       
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      The outer door felts were attached as I thought by the Auveco 672 screw. As mentioned above, a number 8 screw, but 3/8 inch long. How many do you need, I can send them out to you in a padded envelope as long as your here in the states. Just drop me an address on where to send them. The inners for the doors were attached with staples and the quarters clipped on. You probably could locate the screw at your local Ace Hardware, Lowes or Home Depot as well.
       
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      I appreciate the info and advice. I/we found a little baggie with the screws. We went to Lowes, Ace, and a couple of others for those screws but they didn't have the ones that were needed. I'm hoping to get home soon after this deployment to work on my car more.
       
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      These were removed from a '73 Satellite outer door felt. Available if you need more after 69bfan helps you out.

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      Ugh I hate it when it turns sideways!!

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    • rrTor-Red

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      I reached out to 69bfan, if not, I'll send you a pm. Searched local places for these and none where like the original ones, or in stainless, or the phillips head was too big, etc, etc. Seems like someone would have them on hand. Thanks for the offer.
       
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      No problem.
       
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      Thanks!
       
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