OMG, Pain in the ass, does not even begin to describe it. I had four new door steals that came with the car, and none of them was worth the damn. The 3M adhesive works well and I wish I’d gone with the yellow instead of the black. It seems easier to clean up and it’s a little clearer. I must’ve taken the seal off on each door at least once possibly twice because as you say, the doors don’t close, especially the rear doors, and if they do close, don’t seal with the chassis. I gave up on the bottom part of the seals that I had. The part that seals into the frame works somewhat well again, except the rear doors don’t close because it sticks out too far. go figure. I ordered some aftermarket stuff Steele and used that for the bottom. It’s a different kind of rubber and gives a little better, still had trouble, and I’m still having trouble. The 3M 495 instant adhesive is your friend, cut and paste at will. Goo gone removes the excess, and even the areas with heavy adhesive. You just gotta let it sit and then scrape it off.Any words of wisdom on doing the door seals? Between not getting the adhesive to actually adhere to anything and not being able to close the doors because the new seals are too "thick", the job is a huge pain.
Wow, looks a lot less crowded than it has been of late. Didn’t need a permit at that time either. Great pic, just a fantastic hike. Unfortunate to be only four hours away.