Nothing can really ruin your day more than when you climb into your Jeep, only to find water has leaked through your hardtop Freedom panels. Frustrating, right? All over the seat, dash, floor, maybe even that new radio. Hopefully not, but once things start leaking then anything can happen. Or not, if you have this Mopar original Hardtop Foam Blocker Seal Kit. See, depending on how often you pull those Freedom panels on and off, the original weatherstripping can wear out or get damaged. Which easily leads to that water leakage. So using this seal kit to replace those compromised pieces on various parts of your Freedom panels, will ensure everything is locked up tight once those panels are installed.
Peace of Mind: These 16-piece factory original seals exactly match the original ones on your Freedom panels, so you can rest assured they fit and function the same.
Smooth Install: Adhesive backing allows you to cleanly press on and secure these kit pieces. Simply clean the area first with an alcohol wipe and attach the items.
Backed by Warranty: Products come with a 1-year limited warranty should any manufacturing defect affect use of the product.
- Features: Foam Molded
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Mopar Hardtop Foam Blocker Seal Kit Reviews
This certainly seemed pricey at $35 for little bits of pre-cut foam. I figured any type of foam might work. With the lack of any suitable substitute online, as well as a slightly leaking pre-owned hardtop whose foam pieces were torn or worn out, I decided to take the plunge and buy the replacement kit. I made sure to match up the foam replacements with the matching pieces on the hardtop panels before removing the old pieces completely and applying the new ones. I even drew in permanent marker the outlines to try and make it better on me. When applying, I was glad that I did not use household window and door foam as suggested by one person, as these Mopar foam pieces ranged in thickness depending on the piece. I ran a water hose across the top, held in place by a brick, and angled it down the middle, then on either side before sitting inside to see if there were any leaks. I concentrated more on the right hand side, as that is where it seemed to leak the most, puddling water under the front floor mat even with a quick rain shower. Only time will tell, but I did not leave the vehicle until I was satisfied that the right hand side, as well as the entire roof, did not leak since I replaced every foam piece I could. I am just glad this was an inexpensive repair.
Still leaks. Need better detail as to placement. I put in Bedtred floors
Works like it should