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Strips that run under the windows
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Does anyone know what these are called, as I'm trying to find better ones for my 5dr as mine are bubbly?

This pic isn't a 306, but it's this part I'm after...

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Do they ever come up for sale in good condition, i.e. not bubbly?
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#3
I'd have just called it a window seal tbh. But I doubt you'll find any good ones, can't remember the last time I saw one that wasn't bubbly lol. They also bend pretty easily when trying to remove.
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(28-04-2014, 03:22 PM)Toms306 Wrote: I'd have just called it a window seal tbh. But I doubt you'll find any good ones, can't remember the last time I saw one that wasn't bubbly lol. They also bend pretty easily when trying to remove.

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What doors do you need them for? Ive a really good d/s/f seal, passenger one isnt to bad and id have to check what the rears are like.
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Great, thanks for the help :-)

(28-04-2014, 08:10 PM)ConorTRG Wrote: What doors do you need them for? Ive a really good d/s/f seal, passenger one isnt to bad and id have to check what the rears are like.

Definitely passenger side front and back are pretty bad on mine. Will check drivers side tonight as the car isn't here at the moment.
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All of mine are pretty badly bubbled, so would be interested if anyone has some nice ones going?
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