Quarter Window Weatherstrip Pair Convertible 1983-1993
Pair of Quarter Window Weatherstrips for all 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1993 Convertible Mustangs.
Making sure the weatherstrips are fit and not worn is incredibly important in preventing any interior damage for your 1983-1993 Convertible Mustang. Over time, it can start to wear and not provide the protection that you and your Fox Body need. In that case, pick up a brand new Pair of Quarter Window Weatherstrips that will help seal the vertical gap between your door glass and quarter window.
Features & Benefits:
- Direct Fit Replacement
- OE Reproduction
- Manufactured from Factory-Grade Rubber
- Protects from Any Water or Elements from Leaking Through
- Seals Out any Noise
- Helps Stabilize Quarter Window
- Installs Between Door Glass & Quarter Window
- Sold as a Pair
These weatherstrips are direct fit replacements that will mount right in-between your door glass and quarter window. As a high-quality OE reproduction, each quarter window weatherstrip is manufactured from a factory-grade rubber. Once mounted into place, they will seal out any outside noise as well as provide protection from any water or other elements from leaking through and causing potential damage to your interior. These weatherstrips will also help stabilize your quarter window, preventing any rattling from occurring. Sold as a pair, you'll receive weatherstripping for on your driver and passenger side.
If you jump into your Mustang and notice wet floor or upholstery, it's probably time to take a look at the weatherstrips on your Pony to see if any are cracker or need replaced. For many Mustangs, CJ Pony Parts has any piece of individual weatherstrip you need, plus full weatherstrip kits, so you can completely replace every piece, keeping water outside where it belongs.
Purchase this Pair of Quarter Window Weatherstrips for your 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 or 1993 Convertible Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Removing your original weatherstrip can be a little bit of a challenge. If you look down here there's actually a metal channel that goes all the way up the glass that the weatherstrip slides down into. Over time, it will be difficult to get the slide out.
We're going to start by trying to pull upward. Sometimes you get lucky and it will come out easily. If not, pretty much have to rip it off the window. We're going to start at the top and pull the corners up. I'm going to grab some pliers and I'm going to grip on the bottom here. You almost want to pull and twist.
We're going to spray some WD-40 on the new piece. Now let's spray some in the channel. We line up the slot on the new weatherstrip in the channel here. You may have to slowly work it down and get the top in. Now we have a proper seal between our two side windows. There really are no tools necessary for this installation. A pair of pliers and a pick can help if the weatherstrip gets stuck like ours did. Installation should take you no more than about half an hour. You'll be back on the road in no time.