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I've been trying to find some info (preferably pictures) online about the Overfinch secondary door seals as fitted to the Range Rover Classic. I would like to know the profile shape, fitting method and location of fitment if possible as it would be good to have some on my classic. I just did a 650mile trip to Scotland at the weekend mainly at motorway speeds and the wind noise was noticeable, especially across the A66!
 

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overfinch wanted over 300 quid for the seals when i inquired 5 years ago you will need to remove the door and the seal goes around the top of the window frame which will need to be drilled and the door then rehang the door and shim and adjust untill it closes then leave overnite to see how the seal molds to the gap then run.
with this in mind i spent a whole weekend adjusting and fettling al my doors and frames and only now experience wind noise at silly speeds after a test track run 125 + i had the door tops rattling so am pleased and saved a lot of money and time
 
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