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Old 09-16-2008, 01:36 PM   #1
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help finding a random seal

so, i put my hardtop back on last night and realized i was missing a seal. i thought it would be no biggie to find a replacement but have been unable to track it down. hopefully someone can help.

using this picture as a refernece:

Door, windshield & hardtop weatherstripping & seals for Jeep vehicles. Replace old worn full steel door weatherstrip seals, glass edge weatherstrip seals, hardtop corner seals & more. - Quadratec

the seal i'm looking for is a chunk of rubber that goes on the body where the body, door and hard top all meet, close to the lock there. does anyone know what i'm talking about and more importantly where i can find one. it's for the passenger side on my 2000. TIA.

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Old 09-16-2008, 07:20 PM   #2
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I think what you are looking for is called an A pillar blocker seal.It would be #16 on this link.This shows all seals for dual tops hard and soft.Factory Top and Parts

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Old 09-17-2008, 04:57 PM   #3
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Is that the one you need???BTW I have never heard your location called Cincinnasty before
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Old 09-18-2008, 08:23 AM   #4
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Thanks, slf! i'm not sure if that's it or not to be honest. i don't know how accurate the drawing is but it's definitely not quite the right shape. the piece fits over the body metal and kind of wraps around it. the hard top sits on top of it and the bolt that holds the top on goes through it. kind of like a sandwich with a bolt through it if that makes any sense. and based on my knowledge of cars, i would assume the A pillar to imply more so by the windshield and this area would be more of a B pillar area. But i could be totally wrong about that as I haven't worked on cars in a long time, haha.


and yeah.. it's the 'nasty up here! i say up as i see you're in the KY [jelly]. see, i have [not so] clever nicknames for everything! haha!


i need more coffee this morning. i'm think i'm going delusional.
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