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Old 07-23-2007, 02:17 PM   #1
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01 SSEi---- I just had retape(two sided) my pass front exterior trim molding, right behind the pass front tire, back to the car soo I dont look ghetto. But that got me thinking about taking em off(rocker panel covers and all 4 door pieces.). I hate trim peices with a passion but some vehivles need em. On my Yukon(2 dr) I removed the wheel well chrome and the black, door dinger strip all along both sides and it really cleaned up the truck. I was wondering if anyone had taken theres off or had taken pics when they were off in a body shop or something? I know it really helps out with the wide looking stance of the bonne but Im always looking to making the car look better, and strip away the foo fa...
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This picture is from when the car got painted. Its a little blury, but you get the idea.
You will have about 2 holes per door if I remember correctly, & the moldings where so hard to remove. Not something you want to do just for fun.
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That answers that question. I was wondering the same thing.
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Yup, not just stickon, guess they really wanted them to be there. Just gonna leave em. I guess it would look alot like a GP if they were off. BLEEEEECH!!!!
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Yup, not just stickon, guess they really wanted them to be there. Just gonna leave em. I guess it would look alot like a GP if they were off. BLEEEEECH!!!!

you should take them off and send me the moldings! I have been looking around for some for my SE!
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