Loading

WTB NA- Door Top Seal (pair)

Home-org Forums Classifieds Wanted WTB NA- Door Top Seal (pair)

Tagged: 

    • Topics- 27
    • Replies- 49
    • Total- 76
    • Gear Head
    • ★★★

    Hi All,

    I’m looking for a set of Door top seals for an NA, the ones on my son’s ’94 are rusted to heck and before I pull the trigger on $160 at Moss I figured I’d post here. Not looking for a perfect set, just something not rusted like the ones he has.

    Thanks

    Rob

    • Topics- 17
    • Replies- 200
    • Total- 217
    • Pro
    • ★★★★
    • Topics- 105
    • Replies- 984
    • Total- 1089
    • Ace
    • ★★★★★

    I clicked the link and it took me to a Mazda 3 rear door molding…not the right piece.

     

    the door top moldings for Miatas are ridiculous expensive…typically 70-80 each

    • Topics- 105
    • Replies- 984
    • Total- 1089
    • Ace
    • ★★★★★

    Here is the correct link for the Miata

     

    • Topics- 27
    • Replies- 49
    • Total- 76
    • Gear Head
    • ★★★

    Yeah that link isn’t working for me, comes back with a Kindle message lol

    I’ll keep an eye out and pull the trigger for a new set once I get that clutch done.

    Thanks guys!

    • Topics- 0
    • Replies- 30
    • Total- 30
    • Novice
    • ★★

    I’ve often used Tascaparts, based in RI.

    On small parts with the cost of shipping, it may be better to get from a local dealer.

    Reference the online price from TASCA and see if they will match or come close.

    Items like the belt line weatherstripping will most likely have to be ordered, as it’s not likely stocked by most dealers.

     

    https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts/mazda-belt-weather-strip-na0158810f?c=Zz1ib2R5JnM9ZG9vci1hbmQtY29tcG9uZW50cyZsPTEwJm49QXNzZW1ibGllcyBQYWdlJmE9bWF6ZGEmbz1taWF0YSZ5PTE5OTMmdD1iYXNlJmU9MS02bC1sNC1nYXM%3D

    https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts/mazda-belt-weather-strip-na0159810f?c=Zz1ib2R5JnM9ZG9vci1hbmQtY29tcG9uZW50cyZsPTExJm49QXNzZW1ibGllcyBQYWdlJmE9bWF6ZGEmbz1taWF0YSZ5PTE5OTMmdD1iYXNlJmU9MS02bC1sNC1nYXM%3D

    The cost from Moss is close to the discounted price from Tasca before shipping.

    The part from Moss is a good quality aftermarket part. Years back the cost difference between this factory part and the aftermarket part was larger.

    TASCAPARTS

    “We are a U.S. owned and operated genuine OEM parts store with an extensive ready-to-ship inventory of genuine OEM parts and accessories for all Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ford, GMC, Jeep, Kia, Lincoln, Mazda, Nissan, RAM, and Volvo vehicles.”

    • Topics- 17
    • Replies- 200
    • Total- 217
    • Pro
    • ★★★★

    I was getting the same broken link, then I re-did it and it still works for me, oh well. I masked mine off very carefully and sprayed mine right on the car. I think I used undercoating, seems to have held up for a few years anyway.

    • Topics- 27
    • Replies- 49
    • Total- 76
    • Gear Head
    • ★★★

    Thanks Gerard, I didn’t know about Tasca and will keep them in mind going forward.

    @Dave, that sounds like the best option and if it doesn’t work out I can just get new ones. I’ll dig into this and give it a go once I settle on what to spray (thinking plastidip possibly)

    • Topics- 0
    • Replies- 30
    • Total- 30
    • Novice
    • ★★

    Painting will not help if the rubber weatherstrip is shot.

    Not sure how well plastidip will hold up, especially if you rest your arm on the door top. Plastidip works well when used in places with little to no repeated physical contact.

    A piece of black vinyl wrap material (stripes) might work better and be a lot easier to apply than spray painting.

    • Topics- 27
    • Replies- 49
    • Total- 76
    • Gear Head
    • ★★★

    The rubber seems ok but I need to get a closer look, both vinyl and the undercoating spray sound like good options.

Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.