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Treating door gaskets to reduce wind noise

RLC3

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May 11, 2017
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My one year old MS seems to have a little more wind noise than it did when it was new. I suspect it is door gasket related. Is there a recommended maintenance protocol for keeping the gaskets from degrading?
 

boaterva

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I’ve not seen anything recommended for this, I’ll start off with. However, I have some 3M Silicone spray I use in the winter to keep the seals from sticking to the glass in extreme cold. I would think that would be the sort of thing you could use if you think your seals are losing flexibility or just to try on one to see if helps.

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They need better "sticky stuff". Found them inside my doors
 

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