TR2, TR3 GLOVE BOX COMPANION
Some original Triumph seals are impossible to duplicate exactly, as many were
made by an obsolete process which placed a soft sponge section inside a harder outer
shell. Having said this, The Roadster Factory has produced a full range of seals which
include correct cross-sections and rubbers of the right hardness for each seal
application. In times gone by, repro seals were often too hard, and they did not
compress when doors and lids were closed. TRF started having seals made for us in the
mid-1980s, and they have been further improved as time has passed. Our seals fit and
function well, doors close, and water and wind stay out. If you have experienced
problems with seals from other sources, please try the ones listed in this section. We
believe you will be delighted...
RUBBER BODY SEALS AND GASKETS
Bill Lynn and Bob Colaric in Bill's TR2 at the Triumph National Covention,
Boulder Colorado, at the TDS Rallye Start Line on Friday, August 2, 1990.
Don Elliot driving a TR2 with commission number TS2 around a tight turn at the
Harewood Hillclimb in Yorkshire, England in 2011.