Your local automotive glass company should have something like this. Are yours destroyed, nonexistant or are you wantingt to replace them.
Dredging up a 5 year old old thread... Have you or anyone else come up with a solution for this? I'm faced with the same problem. I couldn't find anything on the net, and just sent in inquiry to Steel Rubber to see if they carry the correct piece or if they don't I asked if they would consider making these. I figure with reproduction door glass now available that these sahs fillers would be in greater demand these days.Mine are falling apart, and since I have the glass/sash out of the door, I thought I'd replace the filler. That is, if I can find the right shape.
I'm sorry, I don't see how they are the same. The cross section of the piece in the center of the picture I posted is shaped like an "M". I see how the part you show could be used in a pinch, but the the part on my windows has two different thickness' on the portion that sets on the outside of the sash. It appears to have been extruded in the "M" shape highlighted in red in the center diagram. I'm still going to send the piece to Steele Rubber to see what they say.Like i already said, Steele sells It !!! Here's your part #, and a pic. It's on my 2 door glasses, and it's EXACTLY like the old rotted pieces i replaced it with.
Weatherstrip, door window filler, lower window sash. Use as required for widows with bolt-on sash channels.