DBCI Rolling Door Bottom Weatherseal T Bulb

DBCI Rolling Door Bottom Weatherseal T Bulb
Item# DBCI-3
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
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DBCI Rolling Door Bottom Weatherseal T Bulb
DBCI Rolling Door Bottom Weatherseal T Bulb
Product Description
DBCI's self-storage doors and solutions are manufactured to meet the demands of the self-storage industry. The bottom weatherseal is one of the most important parts of keeping your door in proper condition. Not only does this weatherseal seal out the weather it adds to the overall appearance and functionality. This fine product is sold exclusively by North Shore Commercial Door. Like all of North Shore Commercial Doors weatherseals this part is in stock and ready to ship to your location.

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COMMENT: Seemed like it visually would fit the problem we were having by Debi D 9/27/2017
COMMENT: Needed by my Hubby by Maricor B 7/16/2017
QUESTION: current doors have retainer slot on bottom and are pinched tightly closed on each end of retainer to hold weatherstripping. do they make a special tool to reopen the crimped or pinched area ? by Steve W 6/9/2016
ANSWER: Not sure if they make a special tool or not, but i used a small straight bladed srew driver. Incert from end of door and use a hammer to gently tap the srew driver to pry open. by Brady Y a
ANSWER: Hi Steve, I'am just a DIY person. I used a big straight screwdriver and channel locks by Mark M a
ANSWER: We had to pry them open to allow for the "t" to go in. A little extra work, tight but it has paid off by Ed A a
ANSWER: There is no special tool required to open the channel . Use a medium common screwdriver to wiggle in near the crimp area and gently pry it open from both sides . Do this on both ends of the old weather stripping . Remove one of the tracks that the door slides in and move it out of the way to get the door out of the channel at the bottom after raising it up about a foot or two . Now you can slide the old remnant of weather stripping out of the door and Slide the new one in . Use a pair of side Cutters to gently cramp the end of the channel lightly on to the new weather stripping in the channel . by David P a
ANSWER: Enter there is no special tool required. You can open up the Channel with a medium common screwdriver and wiggle it into the channel sideways and just pry it open a little bit and do that on both sides by David P a
QUESTION: What is the diameter of the bulb and width of the T ? by Godofredo M 9/17/2015
STAFF ANSWER: 1'' diameter by Matthew O a
REPLY: is 1-1/2 inch bulb diameter available? by Godofredo M r
QUESTION: what roll length is available? by Ed A 6/17/2015
STAFF ANSWER: This can be purchased by the foot. It can come in a 250 foot roll. by Matthew O a