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In order to get full functionality out of your car, you have to be able to keep your chassis sheet metal from making contact with other body parts. The door weatherstrips on your Cadillac Commercial Chassis seal the gap between the door shells and the chassis unibody; ensuring that you and your passengers can keep the outside world separate while driving down the road. Door weatherstrip seals are made from EPDM rubber material because of its flexibility and ability to withstand environmental rigors, and are an absolutely vital component to every vehicle on the road. If your Cadillac Commercial Chassis door seals are cracked or missing, your vehicle will develop leaks, rust, and the whistling from the road will be unbearable at high speeds.
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Vehicle Install Locations: Rear