Weather stripping is the system of rubber and soft plastic slats lining the edges of the windows and doors on your Land Rover. What it does is help keep rainwater and other seepage out of the SUV's interior. It also helps their doors close more quietly.
Unfortunately, no weather strip lasts forever. They can all wear out over time, usually owing to age and the effects of exposure to the elements. There are signs that'll tell you that's happening, though. They range from unusual airflow through the doors and/or windows when they're otherwise closed tightly to water stains in the strip channels. You may even notice brittle spots and cracks in the strips.
Luckily, if you need to install new ones, it's easy. Just take off the old screws, strip the adhesive from the channels, dry the channels off, reapply new adhesive, and put on, align, and press in fresh strips. Afterward, all you have to do is replace the screws.
Of course, the steps to follow for your Land Rover model may vary slightly, and of course, you should be sure to use the same strip lengths and parts as you did before (just new ones). Your best bet is to install the genuine article.
Why Buy OEM vs. Aftermarket Weather Stripping?
Land Rover manufactures it to fit the SUV you drive specifically. That's a promise that you may not always get from off-brands.
Where to Order Genuine Land Rover Weather Stripping Online
Right here at auto parts store. Just select your model and model year in our catalog first; that way, you can find the best fit quickly and easily. Buy now for prompt shipping and delivery to your door. We ship nationally, most in-stock weather strips ship in 24 hours, others ship in as few as 2-3 business days, and overnight shipping is an option. Plus, returning or canceling an order is as easy as contacting us. Review our store policy pages for further info.
We'll be glad to help out, should you have questions or a concern or need a little buying advice from the experts. Feel free to get in touch with our parts specialists anytime.
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