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Fairchild Automotive Belt Weatherstrip & Window Channel Kit 1981-1991 Chevy/GMC Full Size Truck, Chevy Blazer & GMC Jimmy

443-KG2033


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Belt Weatherstrip & Window Channel Kit 1981-1991 Chevy/GMC Full Size Truck, Chevy Blazer & GMC Jimmy
$55.99
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Belt Weatherstrip & Window Channel Kit
  • 1981-1991 Chevy & GMC Full Size Truck
  • 1981-1991 Chevy Blazer & GMC Jimmy
  • Driver Side AND Passenger Side
  • Includes Window Channels, Inner Window Belts & Outer Window Belts
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    Is this the piece that goes around the the top and back of the driver and passenger window?  If so is this all that is needed to replace?

    Asked by: Gally36
    The Fairchild 443-KG2033 weather strip installs in the glass channel inside the door.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2022-10-12
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