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Seal of Approval

ANYONE WHO HAS dove into the task of doing a full restoration on a classic pickup knows that glass and weather seals can be quite the task. If you’ve never taken on the task of a restoring a truck, the glass and seals probably isn’t the first thing you think about when you consider the job. However, skimping on this part can really affect the overall quality of a build for several reasons. Obviously, you don’t want to put weathered glass and rotted seals on a fresh paint job. Also, without the right seals in place, the truck will leak water in the event of rain. Most importantly, the truck will be noisy inside the cab while driving down the road. So sealing your build right after you’ve just finished the fresh paint should be considered a must.

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January 2019

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