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  1. EpicCowlick
    07-09-2013 05:59 PM - permalink
    Yes, that will happen if you don't stretch and release the seal a few times before cutting the surgical tubing. It's common for the tubing to have a little bit of tension in it before cutting and then retracting some after installation. Sorry didn't mention it in the video. If you think it's a problem, you can cut a short piece and simply insert it into the door seal ends where the gap would be. Just a thought.

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