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Old 01-17-2003, 11:23 AM
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installing door weatherstripping

i have some new weather-stripping for my truck. i would like to install it but im not sure whether i should now? its about 35 degrees here.
Should i wait till this spring when its warmer or would it be better to do it now?
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Check on the tube of Black weather-stripping adhesive.

I'm sure it says at least 60*F.
80* would be better.

That would be in the spring or inside a warm building.

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thanks. my adhesive didn't say, so i guess ill be waiting to this spring
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