D1 Door Weather film replacement

Chuckwagon976

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Dec 5, 2013
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Ft. Worth, Texas
What are the options for replacing the door weather film. That shit is nasty to deal with. Is it really necessary? Is a dynamat type product a good substitute? Other options?
 

ruglyot

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Sep 10, 2015
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Richfield, UT
Sorry, darn cell phones!

But....regarding the door "film", I recently found an item that works perfectly!
This sticks to metal on its own, easily removes without residue, conforms to dips, bolts, etc without tearing and seals the dust out and also insulates. It is very similar to factory stuff. Sealing the dust and insulating were the biggest difference I noticed. Highly recommended!!!
 

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fishEH

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Jan 26, 2009
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Lake Villa, IL
What happens after 45 days??
Sorry, darn cell phones!

But....regarding the door "film", I recently found an item that works perfectly!
This sticks to metal on its own, easily removes without residue, conforms to dips, bolts, etc without tearing and seals the dust out and also insulates. It is very similar to factory stuff. Sealing the dust and insulating were the biggest difference I noticed. Highly recommended!!!
 
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4Runner

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May 24, 2007
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Boise Idaho
I used extra thick shower curtain. You know , the one with the map of the world on it. It seemed appropriate. Plus it might help if I ever get lost. Lol Your local body shop supply place sells the sticky thin tar like strips for not much money. That stuff isn’t much fun to deal with when you have to get back in your door though.
 
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