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    Protect your rubber

    I had a few Firebirds in my life but this is the first one I have that has t-tops and I noticed it has a lot of rubber seals, around the hatch and up at the t-tops and down the door and if thats not enough Pontiac put rubber seal around the engine so when the hoods down its sealed.

    My question is what kind of protection does every body use on the rubber so it don't dry out, this is really nessary at the t-tops so they don't leak.

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    White lithium grease or spray.

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    +1 for the white lithium grease. I use to use that on my T-Tops... but haven't done that in years.

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    Thanks all and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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    I always used Dielectric grease

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    Silicone spray, I spray it on a cloth and rub on the seals.

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