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My reliable and inexpensive Gusto would benefit from replacement of his
two front door weatherstripping. Local body shops say they have to source
this material from Honda. That has always been an expensive option for parts.

I suspect there are other options to get some new weatherstripping that
doesn't require Honda dealership prices.

If anyone knows of a source for weatherstripping for older model CRVs,
I'd appreciate a text contact so I can get in touch with that provider for
prices. Text to 936.433.0568
 

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A place like McMaster-Carr has different types of weatherstripping. So do restoration part suppliers for other Japanese cars. Gotta google!?

Be prepared with measurements and a cross-section picture of your present rubber. Also, from experience in restoring other cars, make sure you apply about 4 inches more rubber than your door opening measures. Don't ask me how I know this....o_O
 

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My reliable and inexpensive Gusto would benefit from replacement of his
two front door weatherstripping. Local body shops say they have to source
this material from Honda. That has always been an expensive option for parts.

I suspect there are other options to get some new weatherstripping that
doesn't require Honda dealership prices.

If anyone knows of a source for weatherstripping for older model CRVs,
I'd appreciate a text contact so I can get in touch with that provider for
prices. Text to 936.433.0568
 
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