When it’s time to leave your house or the office and it’s cold or rainy outside, your goal is to get to your car as fast as you can in order to stay warm. Imagine getting into your car and still being harmed by the cold temperatures and precipitation. If you notice a wet floor upon entry, or if you feel cold air from the outside while driving, there is a good chance that your Mustang coupe weatherstrip is having problems. While the exterior parts on your Ford Mustang coupe do a pretty good of shielding you from the outside world, they could always use some extra support. Mustang coupe weatherstrips act as a barrier between the outside temperature/elements and the inside cabin.
You may not always notice them, but Mustang coupe weatherstrips are attached to your car’s doors and windows to close those small, but powerful crevices in which water could potentially enter your vehicle. Because your Ford Mustang coupe weatherstrips are likely to take on a fair amount of water over the years, there is a good chance that moisture can get trapped between the vehicle’s body and the strip itself. If you own a classic pony car, chances are that your Mustang coupe weatherstrips have grown rusty over the years. The original clips that bind your Mustang coupe weatherstrip to the doors could shift out of place and the absorbent cat whisker material could disappear entirely, thus rendering your existing parts worthless. Replacing your old worn-out Mustang coupe weatherstrips with new ones can help you keep the unwanted water where it needs to be!
Keep Your Vehicle Dry With Mustang Coupe Weatherstrips from CJ’s
Though your Mustang is protected with the finest body and sheet metal parts, there are still numerous different cracks in which water could penetrate your vehicle. Between the doors, windows, and various vents, your car is loaded with spots that could potentially flood your interior. Thankfully, CJ Pony parts is loaded with Ford Mustang coupe weatherstrips for just about every door and window, and even the roof. The fine folks at Scott Drake supply roofrail weatherstripping for the Mustang Coupe. These particular Mustang coupe weatherstrips mount in the stainless steel channel that runs from the “A” pillar to the “C” pillar above the passenger side and driver’s side doors, so that you won’t get rained on while driving!
One of, if not the most worn-out openings on your Mustang coupe is the beltline on the door handle. Throughout the years, the glass at the top of your beltline may shift out of place, and just because you are rolling the window up, that does not mean that water still can’t get in. CJ's offers a wide selection of Mustang coupe weatherstrips for your beltline, sold either individually or as kits. The inner and outer beltline Mustang coupe weatherstrips that are available in complete sets feature chrome-ended beads, and are direct fits to replace your original factory parts. The roofrial, the beltline, and all Ford Mustang coupe weatherstrips from CJ's are composed of high-end material that can last for a long lifespan!
If you drive a convertible instead of a coupe, CJ's has you covered with Mustang convertible weatherstrips. While you’re in the mindset of shielding your car from water damage, check out CJ's selection of fastback weatherstrips, hatchback weatherstrips, and T-top weatherstrips as well.