Replacement part Weather stripping

A quick learner from Cincinnati, Ohio says:
Gray wool pile black in color not sure and not sure of the size or length.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for posting. We can help you replace this weatherstripping, but it would be best for you to remove a sample and measure the base of the wool pile, as well as the pile's height. Wool pile dimensions are very specific, often going into the X/32" range, so do the best you can. Those two dimensions should help us narrow down a possible replacement. Many thanks.

A quick learner from Cincinnati, Ohio says:
It seems to be somewhere about 5/32. The door is 7' door
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Which measurement is 5/32"? The base or the height? We will need both to find the best match.

We don't have anything with a 5/32" base, but we have a couple with a 5/32" height. See our 58-001, 58-042, and 58-128. Then again, it looks like you have a commercial door, and none of these are really used on commercial doors. You may want to remove a sample and triple check your dimensions to be sure.

A quick learner from Cincinnati, Ohio says:

I was not sure what measurements you needed but now I understand. While I am not at my church to get that accurate measurements. I'm certain that the base is no more than 3/16, I would almost say less than that because it didn't seem to have much of a base. The height I'm not really sure because I didn't measure. I will go back and measure all again unless you can tell anything with this picture attached. I do know that the color looks black.

Thanks

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Tom from SWISCO responded:

The base being 3/16" definitely opens up our options. We have a bunch in that size. I recommend looking at our complete selection here. This will give you a good idea of what sizes we have to offer and what you'll have to measure. 

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