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    Anyone know if there is a universal front and back glass rubbers that will work on the 62-64 hawk K bodys? Having the front moldings is not that big of a deal.

  • #2
    There used to be a big rubber place in Minneapolis that had all sorts of universal type rubber mouldings.

    Metro Moulded parts.

    11610 Jay Street NW • Minneapolis, MN 55448
    (800) 878-2237 • Fax: (877) 399-2562
    © 2016 Metro Moulded Parts Inc.
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    • #3
      I see Roy included the contact information for "Metro Molded parts." The company used to have a catalog of specialty parts, but more recently concentrated on extruded offerings, as well as other universal rubber stock. The major source today is Steele Rubber Parts for specialty items. Between the two you should be able to fin what you are looking for.


      • #4
        I have the metro catalog but not Steele. Will check some of what they have. Some of their universal stuff will work for the doors.


        • #5
          There is at least one Studebaker vendor that likely has exactly what you need.

          Ed Sallia
          Dundee, OR

          Sol Lucet Omnibus


          • #6
            Originally posted by Commander Eddie View Post
            There is at least one Studebaker vendor that likely has exactly what you
            That may not work for the OP (Steve), because he wants "Universal" Weatherstrip, NOT the correct ones for front & rear, probably WITHOUT the Moulding "Groove".

            The "Cut to Length" rubber without molded ends or corners, would be a deal breaker for me!
            Second Generation Stude Driver,
            Proud '54 Starliner Owner