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    weatherstripping for Murcielago kit on Fiero

    I was wondering where do you guys get the weatherstripping for a Triangle G kit either the G24 or the G28?

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    Re: weatherstripping for Murcielago kit on Fiero

    which one do you have the 24 or the 28, i am new to this, but i was interested in the g24 no top, I havent heard what trim to use. let me know which car you have
    thanks
    anthony

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    Re: weatherstripping for Murcielago kit on Fiero

    it's a G-24 roadster with the removable top, but was wondering where do people get their weatherstripping from....I was looking at JCWhitney but was not sure what type is a good fit....

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    Re: weatherstripping for Murcielago kit on Fiero

    do you have pictures of your car, that is the one i want, but I have not seen any good pictures that i like to get ideas. I will ask my dad about weather stripping he is a body expert
    Anthony rodgers

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    Re: weatherstripping for Murcielago kit on Fiero

    most builders just go to the junkyard and salvage the weatherstripping from donor cars. If your car wasn't built with weatherstripping, you might be in trouble. The weatherstripping needs to be in place when you set your doors. Trying to find stripping thats either thick or thin enough to fit is hard, if the door is already set. I used Lincoln Town Car weatherstripping on my G28. It looks OEM, and has a black felt trim on the interior side that matches the carpet. You can use whatever you like, its pretty much up to the builder.
    Without talent experience is worthless

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    Re: weatherstripping for Murcielago kit on Fiero

    Murci-Me thnks of EVERYTHING...

    That is why I say for all you out there that want to tackle things on your own... get ready for a ton of Trial and error....

    Murci-Me has this all down to a "T".

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