CJ Classic Trucks Beltline Weatherstrip Molding Kit With Black Bead Chevrolet C10 1967-1972
- OEM Style Replacement
- 4-Piece Kit
- Epdm Construction
- Easy Installation
CJ Classic Trucks Beltline Weatherstrip Molding Kit with Black Bead for 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 and 1972 Chevrolet C10s.
When you’re restoring your 1967-1972 Chevrolet C10, beltline moldings and weatherstripping are important to replace to make sure your interior is dry and clean. This CJ Classic Trucks Beltline Weatherstrip Molding Kit comes with black bead to add an authentic touch to your classic truck.
Features & Benefits:
- Made to OEM specifications
- Both driver and passenger side doors
- Four (4) piece kit with black bead
- High-quality EPDM ozone resistant construction
- Helps to seal your cab from the elements
- Prevents water and debris from entering your door shell
This kit will replace your old or missing moldings and protect your pickup’s interior from the outside elements. Replacing your dried out moldings with this new replacement kit can also reduce the noise level inside the cab by creating a better seal barrier. These beltlines are made from the OEM specifications to provide an authentic look with a great fit. Clips are re-installed into the beltlines, making installation easier, and act as a squeegee for your door glass. This kit replaces weatherstripping on both your drive and passenger side doors, creating an enjoyable and dry cab in your classic C10.
Restoring a classic Bronco, F-100 or Chevrolet C10 pick-up truck can seem like a daunting task, but it helps to have superior vendors you can trust, like CJ Classic Trucks! By providing you with high-quality, direct-fit replacement and reproduction parts, CJ Classic Trucks is quickly becoming the go-to name when it comes to vintage 4x4 vehicles. Browse around CJ’s and place your CJ Classic Trucks order now!
Order a CJ Classic Trucks Beltline Weatherstrip Molding Kit with Black Bead for your 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 or 1972 Chevrolet C10 from CJ Pony Parts today!
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