Garage Door Bottom T Vinyl Weather Seal 3-3/4"

Garage Door Bottom T Vinyl Weather Seal 3-3/4"

Item# FR-375
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
# of feet:
Additional Details about: Sold by the foot. To place your order put how many feet you need it the quantity box and add your order to the shopping cart.

Product Description

Garage door bottom seals are an important feature on garage doors and North Shore Commercial Door Co. has these T Vinyl weather seals in stock. These 3 3/4" seals fit garage doors manufactured by: Amarr, Arm-R-Lite, CHI, Clopay, DBCI, Deldon, Gadco, Martin, Raynor, Richard Wilcox, and Safeway garage doors. You must make sure the T portion of the old seal is the same dimension of the seal sold by North Shore which is 5/16".

The T rubber seal is constructed using durable, black EPDM synthetic rubber. The advantages of using these seals is that they stay soft and flexible to temperatures to 65 degrees below zero Fahrenheit, they conform to uneven floors with over one inch compression, contact ensures a tight seal, you will save money by reducing energy loss year round and these seals can be installed quickly and easily. North Shore Commercial Doors sells these seals by the foot so when ordering, you will need to specify the number of feet that you are purchasing.

Sold by the foot - provide length desired (in feet) in box above

3 3/4" in width

T Height is 5/16", T width is 1/16"

Stays soft and flexible to -65F

Conforms to uneven floors with over 1" compression

Contact insures tight seal

Saves money by reducing energy loss year round

Installs quickly and easily in just minutes

For other styles of garage door bottom seal, click here.

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: It fit my need at a reasonable price. by RJ E 2/21/2014
COMMENT: I could not locate anything at my local Lowe's or Home Depot, and I have Clopay doors from County Garage Door Co., Inc by John L 2/10/2014
QUESTION: The title says vinyl. The description says EPDM Sythentic Rubber. I am looking for something thats good in the cold and doesnt get really hard. I have 5/16" t slot and I think the 1/4" would fall out. Your 1/4" slot seals say EPDM. So do you have a 5/16" t slot thats rubber and not vinyl? by Nick O 3/16/2014
ANSWER: Nick - <br /><br />I live in AZ and I purchased the vinyl weather seal. It is very flexible and I don't believe that it will harden up in the cold weather. I know what cold weather is since I am from Upstate NY : by Robert S a
ANSWER: I don't know what polymer it's made from, but I bought the 5/16 a few years ago for my home near Boulder CO and did not have any cold weather issues. Winter temps there frequently go below 0 F. And yes, you definitely want the 5/16" NOT the 1/4". The 1/4" will tear out of the slot. by John O a
ANSWER: Hi Nick O !<br />You are correct regarding the 5/16" t slot. It must match<br />the t slot dimension of the metal support bar on your door or the rubber seal will fall out. The FR-375 seal I purchased from North Shore was a perfect fit.<br /> <br />EPDM rubber is rated for a temperature of -65*F and +300*F.<br />You should not have any problem with this seal in your environment. Take your time with the installation and all should go well. by Ernst H a
ANSWER: I've had this seal for almost 10 months, through a harsh winter. The seal has stayed pliable throughout and seals fine. It seemed a little loose on installing it in the grooves, but it has stayed put. It's tricky for one person. You have to pull a little, then straighten it out, push a little. It sometimes slips out of the groove and you have to work it back in. Once it's all in though, it stays put. by Norman G a
STAFF ANSWER: This is vinyl... sorry for the confusion. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Is the seal larger than the original I had bought a replacement, & now the customer has large gaps because it was not as round, & was not as tall. by Bernard J K 5/10/2013
ANSWER: I found the 3 3/4 to form just as round and tall as the old seal on my door. The big problem for me was the T section material at the ends of the seal was not as thick nor as strong as the old seal and kept fallng out of the grove in the door. To keep it in I had to reinforce the material with gorilla tape, a very time consuming job that might not last. I would not recommend this product unless your door has avery narrow slot.<br /><br />Hugh by HUGH S a
ANSWER: I think the replacement is the same size a little hard to get on no instructions maybe you need to look at your door opener pressure settings i had to change mine. by John G a
ANSWER: Dimensions are very important. In my case, I originally just went to Home Depot and bought a seal that looked similar. It turned out that the width of the strip AND the width of the "T" were both important, and the Home Depot seal wouldn't full the gap. At that point, I fished my old seal out of the garbage and actually measured it, then got the 3-3/4" x 5/16" seal from North Shore because it exactly matched my old seal. <br /><br />Depending on your gap, you might need a wider seal - I think they come in 4 and 6 inch widths as well. by John O a
ANSWER: Mine was the same size as the original. by J A a
STAFF ANSWER: This seal is made in many different sizes. measure from "T" to "T" it will probably be 3" or 3-3/4 inch. What ever it is, you will want to go one size up. Next size up is 4" then 4-3/4" by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Is there a sealing compound to how the rubber in place? by None N 3/18/2013
ANSWER: No, typically this type of seal is meant to be used without any sort of sealant. It is flanged on the outside edges and simply slides into the fitting onto the bottom of the door. by M I a
ANSWER: Cut the seal 6" longer then needed and fold the ends over into the open ends. by R A a
ANSWER: The seal I ordered fit perfectly in the two channels on the bottom of the door. No compound needed. by G A a
ANSWER: No , slide the seal into the groove and the "U" shape of the seal holds it in place. by C H a
ANSWER: It slides into the track on the bottom of the door. No compound by A M a
ANSWER: It slides righ tinto the existing track. Very easy to install. Makes a big difference in appearence as well as keeping my unwanted friends out of garage. by S C a
ANSWER: I don't know whether such a thing exists, but on my door it wasn't necessary-- I just slid the 2 "T" ends into the parallel slots in the metal track, and it has held fine with no problems. by John O a
STAFF ANSWER: To hold it in place No, It slides down the track and then you fold the ends in. by Matthew O a