Rubber Moulding Tools

Many vehicles, and even some luxury cars, used to be draughty and noisy when on the move, and struggled to keep out the worst of the weather. These days however, thanks to bespoke rubber mouldings around windows, doors, and other exterior components, even many commercial vehicles have a premium feel which comes with improvements in fit and finish. More importantly, driving and using these cars can now be a comfortable experience, as those rubber mouldings keep out the wind and the rain, deaden road noise from outside the car, and reduce flex between components.

On the other hand, well-fitting rubber mouldings can make it more difficult to perform routine maintenance. Components which once used to come with ‘wiggle room’ for removal and refitting are now securely attached to the vehicle, held in place by custom made rubber moulding. For glass technicians, bodyshop fitters and other mechanics, removing such components and replacing them exactly as they were after the work has been completed can be a concern.

As with so many other mechanical tasks, having the right tools is key to successfully removing and refitting each rubber moulding in order to work on the vehicle. When the rubber is tightly secured by a steel flange, getting it back in place without the correct tools for rubber moulding refitting can be a nightmare. But when you get the hang of using our specialist rubber moulding supplies which are made at our factory in Sheffield UK, you will wonder how you ever got on without them.

Automotive rubber mouldings come in all kinds of shapes, sizes and profiles, so a range of our rubber moulding tools may be required to work on each vehicle. Get in touch with our team if you wish to discuss which rubber moulding tools are used most frequently, or which would be best suited to a particular job.

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