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That seal is a problem. The reason is that it runs all the way up the A-pillar and is glued in place up there if I remember correctly. I possible solution is to find a good seal, cut it, then splice it to the upper part of yours if that is still OK. A small rubber hose that fits inside the extrusion can act as a splice. I have seen this done on OEM's, actually.

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Yes Reaper1 it is glued onto the A-pillar and it will tear very easily.  I tried removing one in a junk yard and it tore.  Shelbyone if you find 2 of them let me know.  This problem I believe happens when the car is kept in the garage and the door is not opened far enough and your feet hit that spot on the weather striping.  One of my TC is not as bad as yours but it is in the same spot.

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3 hours ago, marty mopar said:

89  5253050-1  R/L door opening weatherstrip  have used

90-91 5253566-7 R/L  DOOR OPENING & A PILLAR W/STRIP  have NOS

how much incl shipping to LA?

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4 hours ago, Garnet & Gold said:

Yes Reaper1 it is glued onto the A-pillar and it will tear very easily.  I tried removing one in a junk yard and it tore.  Shelbyone if you find 2 of them let me know.  This problem I believe happens when the car is kept in the garage and the door is not opened far enough and your feet hit that spot on the weather striping.  One of my TC is not as bad as yours but it is in the same spot.

have my lqrpickapart.com notifications on - as soon as a TC hits the yard, I am there! :)

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