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1987-1993 Ford Mustang Outer Beltline Kit

PART#: KF2065 STARTING AT $66.80

This 1987-1993 Ford Mustang Outer Beltline Kit does both the outer driver and passenger side doors for sedans.

 

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This beltline kit fits 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Ford Mustang Sedans.

It’s just a matter of time before the rubber parts on your vehicle start to break down and fall apart.  External weatherstripping seals that are exposed to the elements, like the windshield gasket, or window beltline, get baked from the sun and will eventually get hard and crack.  Door and window seals can do the same, but these gaskets also get squeezed and pushed around, which can cause them to deteriorate even faster.  Seal deterioration can lead to transfer of excessive road noise and air into the cabin, or, worse yet, can allow water to get into the cabin.  Once water gets in, it’s just a matter of time before your vehicle’s body panels start to rust, which can lead to bigger problems and more costly repairs.

Keep your vehicle’s interior clean and dry by replacing worn out seals.  Purchase this 1987-1993 Ford Mustang Outer Beltline Kit today from Raybuck Auto Body Parts.

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      what is the length. I need to replace the window slot seal on an old car for which the the original part is no longer available. It has to be 33 inches long with a grove to fit down onto the door. It also needs slots for fasteners but I will probably have to cut those in myself. The original part number is 855837477B and was made by volksvagen.
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