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weather strip replacement

A quick learner from Las Vegas, NV says:
I need this sliding door weather strip replaced

I did not want to cut the existing strip so I have drawn a sketch
A customer submitted illustration of their weatherstripping.
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting!

We do carry some weatherstripping similar to this, but yours is very long. Take a look at our 55-169 Leaf Weatherseal and our 55-170 Malta Weatherseal. Would one of these types work on your door? If not, please tell us the make of your door, and we can work from there.
A quick learner from las vegas says:
Thanks for the reply.
It appears that 55-169 may work for the strip on the right in my sketch.
Could you please also find a replacement for the strip on the left - it is like a U channel with 3/5" sides.
Thanks again
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
It's good to know that the 55-169 will work. It is one of our more popular weatherseals.

As for your other sample, it's hard to say. I don't know if we have anything that would match. Could you please tell us the manufacturer of your door? That might help us narrow down the search.
A quick learner from las vegas says:
There is no name on the door. I had sent some pictures if that helps. I am enclosing them again.
A customer submitted photo of their door frame.
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
Thank you for the additional pictures.

Unfortunately, we don't have anything exactly like what you have. We do have some bubble and foam seal that may work, though. Take a look at our 58-053 Bubble Seal, 58-055 Bubble Seal with angled base, and our 58-163 and 58-170, Foam Filled Weatherseals. One of these might work on your door, but I can't say for sure.
A quick learner from las vegas says:
None of the above will work.
58-175 with wider base, instead of 11/32", closer to 1/2" or slightly wider may work just fine.
Once again thanks for suggesting all these.
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