When the weather is good, you love cruising in your JK Wrangler with the roof and doors off. Whether you're on the highway or miles from one, there's nothing quite like the feeling of freedom you get riding in a Jeep with the wind in your hair. But when it's cold and wet out, you depend on your doors and your Jeep door seals to keep you warm and dry. When they stop doing their job, you notice in a hurry.
Out With the Old
If you've had your JK Wrangler for a while, it's normal for the Jeep door weather stripping to start degrading. Over time the material dries out, cracks and sometimes breaks and starts to peel away. When that happens you notice air or rain coming in around your JK Jeep doors, or even an increase in the noise and vibrations inside your cabin. This makes for a less comfortable ride than you're used to, for you and your passengers. Don't be tempted to put off replacing those seals. Once it starts to get wet or cold, you'll be grateful you didn't wait.
In With the New
At 4WD.com we make replacing your door seals easy by providing a complete diagram of a JK Wrangler door. Use the ‘Select Your Vehicle' feature to make sure you get the right part for your particular JK Wrangler, then click on the number of the part you want to go right to it in the product list. Our selection includes weather strips for your door and window edges. To make things even easier, get a Jeep Wrangler door seal kit.
Down With Overpriced Parts
If you want to be sure you're getting the best price available on your door seals, you don't need to look any further than 4WD.com. Our price match policy ensure you get the best price, because if you find the same part for a lower price, we pay you the difference. Get all your Jeep replacement parts with us, and you never have to overpay for Jeep parts again.
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