mike pari wrote:If you were to buy the "t" molding that is dead soft , it bends with no problem ...
You should probably add "IF
you get the 3/4" dead-soft T-Molding and IF
the radius you want it to go around isn't any less than what you'll find on the bottom corners of the KIT
teardrops' doors." Any tighter than that and even your dead-soft 3/4" T will have to have the inside flange relieved. Been there, done that ... many, many years ago ...
I prefer the 1" T-Molding as it gives you better coverage of the gap between the door and the door opening, and 1/2" wide weather seals are much easier to source than 3/8" wide seals. I don't often put the radius on the lower corners of my doors, but when I do, I don't mind the extra work to relieve that inner flange so I can keep that better coverage. Your preferences, and results, might be different ...
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