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Old 06-18-2007, 02:32 PM   #1
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Anybody know of any good sources for weatherstripping? Aftermarket would be fine, if not, can someone help me with the part numbers for all four doors and the trunk?
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The easiest place to get some is to visit your local junkyard and get some from another Bonneville there.

There is a place to buy it that someone listed in a thread a while ago, but I haven't found it yet in my searching. Have you tried JC Whitney?
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I'm not a bog fan of JC Whitney. Issues in a past life I guess.

I have found a few sources on the www, but nothing specific to the bonnevile. Can't seem to find anything via search here either.
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Is your weatherstripping all bad or has it just pulled loose in some corners?
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It'* shrunk. I have the interior ripped out right now. Just ordered new carper, padding, heat shield, and headliner material. Headliner comes out tomorrow and checking the sunroof drains. If I can find replacement seals, I'd like to put them in. If not, I'll just have to put the old ones back in with a gap at the bottom until I get some to fill the gap or a magic genie makes some replacements available. That is except for the trunk, it'* shot.
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OK, here are what I believe to be the part numbers you need:

Around all doors (cut to fit): 25606129

Trunk Lid: 25624853

Good luck finding some for a decent price. I checked on gmpartsdirect dot com and noticed they wanted $94 after *&H for one door w-strip and about $46 after *&H for the trunk lid w-strip.

If I were you, I'd consider buying the trunk strip and getting to a junkyard for the pieces needed to complete the door repairs.
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What color is your weatherstripping?
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Tan or Med/Light beige if you follow the RPO code. Well, the rubber part is black
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Bah. I've got 4 doors of grey weatherstripping. I'm afraid that won't match. Tan seems to be a popular color, though, so you ought to be able to find some in a junkyard somewhere.
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