Ultra Rubber Garage Door T-End Tube Bottom Rubber Weather Seal

Ultra Rubber Garage Door T-End Tube Bottom Rubber Weather Seal



Item# 4461-01-00K
$3.50$2.50
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
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Product Description

North Shore Commercial Door is your go-to place for garage weather seals. The Ultra Rubber Garage Door T-End Tube Bottom Rubber Weather Seal is ideal for people who would like to keep the elements at bay with a flexible, high-performance rubber seal. This seal is specially designed with a pressurized tube. Such a tube will prevent the seal from flattening to create a better fit than other garage door seals. The tube measures one inch with .25 inch T-end rubber. Advantages of this weather seal are:

  • Easy conformity whether the floor is even or uneven.
  • Two rubber end plugs are included to place on both ends once the strip has been installed.
  • Easy installation.
  • Usable with conventional or pneumatic door bottoms.
  • Fits any garage door with the proper retainer.
A weather seal is economical, easy to install and can help reduce heating costs. When searching for a garage weather seal, look no further than North Shore Commercial Door. Our knowledgeable staff will answer all your questions by phone or online. We ship anywhere in the U.S. and will even ship internationally. In business for over 35 years, we have the experience to help you with your garage door needs. Check out the Ultra Rubber Garage Door T-End Tube Bottom Rubber Weather Seal today.

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: My old one had worn out and I saw that this one would seal on uneven floors for which I have. by Thomas G 4/23/2015
COMMENT: uneven floor , that why I buy this ultra rubber seal by Robert S 4/23/2015
QUESTION: are 2 nine foot kits required for a 16 ft door? by john m 3/13/2015
ANSWER: I believe I ordered an 18ft piece for my 2 9ft doors. The piece actually measured about 18ft 6in. So I'm guessing you could order a 16ft piece. by ALLEN G a
ANSWER: John, I ordered 26 ft for an 8 ft. and 16 ft. door. I split this into 9 ft and 17 ft sections. I was able to install a single 17 ft. piece onto the 16 ft door. After removing the old seal, I cleaned the track and lubed it with a dish soap solution. I also lubed the flanges on the seal as I fed it onto the track. It is a two man job requiring some patience. I order two extra end plugs in case I lose one or two later. So far, the seals are working very well. See You Tube Videos for help. by Henry B a
ANSWER: No just purchase 17 ft section and trim the excess off the ends by Thomas B a
QUESTION: do i need to buy a 18 ft kit for 16 ft door? by john m 3/13/2015
ANSWER: Yes by Dennis J a
QUESTION: One side of my garage floor is 1 to 2 inches lower do to settling. What type of seal would work best for this? by Herb P 3/12/2015
ANSWER: I can only give you a suggestion for your problem. My door was slightly higher on one end. The door was level, but the concrete was not level. I was able to shim the mounting plate for the seal down on one end to make it level. With the type of gap you have I don't think that will be a option for you. Make sure your door is not out of level. by George E a
ANSWER: Can you remove your T track from the bottom of the door and shim it. by Daniel L a
ANSWER: The seal will work fine in your application. If you have a door opener attached to the door you want to adjust your down limit so the seal is not compressed more than it needs to be when making contact with the floor. by Robert W a
STAFF ANSWER: this seal should work as long as the gap at any point of your door does not exceed 2". by Matthew O a
QUESTION: When using this with a pneumatic edge, do you put the sensing tube inside the bulb, or is it placed above the bulb? by Ted P 3/7/2015
STAFF ANSWER: A pneumatic edge hose is best installed into the tube itself. by Matthew O a
ANSWER: You should be able to adjust electric door opener tension an stop devise. by ron g a