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I am going to start putting w/stripping in my 63 Wagon soon and I am looking for honest opinions on which brand to use. When I restored my 63 SS 20 years ago I used Soff seal. What fits best and who has the best pricing? I may just buy what I need as I go if I cant afford to buy a whole kit.
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I just put both windshields in my 65 chevy2. For what ever reason, I ended up with 1 soffseal gasket and 1 steele gasket. The soffseal was very poor workmanship on the mold. I will not by soffseal windshield gaskets again. The steele was much better. I will likely replace the soffseal this spring with a steele gasket.
I did use soffseal for the trunk. It was nice. Most everything else I have is soffseal, but I've only installed the 3 mentioned above as I'm still in re-assembly mode. Hope this helps.
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