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Fairchild Latex seals
« on: February 12, 2021, 05:32:07 PM »
Has anyone tried Fairchild's door surrounds and roof rails?
They advertise many latex offerings was wondering were they OEM profile/construction.

Door surrounds appear to have the metal plates in the ends.
https://fairchildindustries.com/products/automotive-products/door-seals/kg3028-door-seal-kit-for-a-chevrolet-camaro/

Roof rails
https://fairchildindustries.com/products/automotive-products/belt-weatherstrips/kg4162-roofrail-weatherstrip-kit-for-a-chevrolet-camaro/

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Re: Fairchild Latex seals
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2021, 01:35:58 PM »
Not sure if they are actually latex.  I have the prototype door seals on my 68 for ten years now.  Very soft hollow mold.  Nice not having to slam doors.  I donít think mine have metal ends, but I donít remember.

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Re: Fairchild Latex seals
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2021, 01:32:39 AM »
Here are the Fairchild latex roof rails. IF I NEEDED a pair these are what I would try out.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/193320181906?_trkparms=aid%3D555023%26algo%3DHOMESPLICE.SIMRVI%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D233337%26meid%3D05a7b73b4c4e43ae9c9f95a7caddf842%26pid%3D101112%26rk%3D24%26rkt%3D24%26sd%3D334100427015%26itm%3D193320181906%26pmt%3D1%26noa%3D0%26pg%3D2563228%26algv%3DSimplAMLv9hPairwiseWebNoToraCoCoViewsNoHighIdfOrAdBoostRoundRobinBlenderWithPromotedViewItems%26brand%3DFairchild+Industries&_trksid=p2563228.c101112.m1982&amdata=cksum%3A19332018190605a7b73b4c4e43ae9c9f95a7caddf842%7Cenc%3AAQAGAAACUO%252FaRPgxwsBG%252FthShh4z8M5bRBJyauwqwRWU7AYq9LwFoK9WcopWWvk12UzY0MgKFCYk0vqLjt8vA7n3GY3dxXGp%252BkoIoF8ukNk1aj6k6B1gDJVnU66z2LSOXxe3baet7g2Ht0Kg8YFH72BhncAy8aXXho7IQBbn22WHLBRlzJ%252FjYiKAXYtjJQH4oVqtt6lzEI%252Fxym77%252BvMZDGItwWtJ5aA87wuqGFZgLmqpIdCeNfE2mreCnC49614fzaiHIuu4COWkafGS8QVmJ3cOdibSnRBYNhVL9Ej9M%252BO8pUuqYBekmikU8pHj4vHbN%252BuQ3K4jZUhQ1KJ5vaZCxqc3u3gtR%252F0WzXOLjv3Op%252Fh1jBbPTdvnbO09qYgyhJG1xcFSjffjDpR8Bu%252BuVf3NNKc05mKdZHsj5ipJkJPJGe1zU6d0J54XsrFD1jdH4DUwPNvcps8xBAx41vojTqNULGuExH11KQLq6ZAOxQeLfpVnx36ZDksaCZoiP6vAN%252F5Mskodb9LxlTXFcy4fIyH5j6sxZEpcYFw%252B%252FvCNLsLD78Jffj%252BEQa813nP4AUAvPPWP88zoPFouQccNWZDTb4XOwNqy9MrkgV5reRQjmxb0hofIsRLuclDxjSaqnxPA0GQea0lZriaxZaTOpgZ6j%252BS%252BWgtO4jd8yjwEO1kVxrnMGFTEcJOiFyRMVUzcByr2G1DOSIm%252BPJKsHbFWHrayVk5abj0FDGG6ZKueEbjVuhMnQZMyHpUM2gfgBFqN1IBHmMlw5yDRWAI1fa%252Fx3H9gum7EqAOJKVt%252BXgA%253D%7Campid%3APL_CLK%7Cclp%3A2563228
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Re: Fairchild Latex seals
« Reply #3 on: August 06, 2021, 03:08:40 AM »
ē Freshly manufactured in the US from high-density EPDM rubber
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