It all depends on how well your door fits and how much of a gap you want to fill.
After I rebuilt my door I was able to use a very thin Taco weather seal.
However, for the type you mentioned, I found that type at the parts departments of the big truck shops like James Western Star ,
White, Kenworth or Mack. They sell it in rolls or by the foot. it is used on the sleeper cabs and such.
Another good source is some of the marine suppliers who carry Taco hatch seal by the roll.
I was able to get most of my supplies at one in Prince George when I lived there. He had the best supply I have found anywhere.
Here in the Okanagan where we have many huge lakes and 1000's of boats there is not one shop in Vernon, Kelowna, Pentiction or Salmon Arm who has the stock this guy had.
Boy I could send more business to the guy in Prince George then enough. He was my supplier for many SS fasteners and catches and Silkaflex adhesive.
His name is Bill Lloyd George: Marine Plus, #14,1989 1st. Ave. Prince George, B.C. V2L 2Z3
Oh! And some of the marine suppliers may carry the Trim-loc products or they can order it. See the catalouges in the document Center.
Ha! I just checked and those ones are gone. What gives???? Donna I sent you those a long time ago