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Old 06-06-2007, 10:11 PM   #1
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anyone have the part number for the molding that goes around the windows on the doors and also the outside window guides mine are faded and cracked and very unsightly to look at and also cuts your arm if you happen to have the window down and your arm out of it.
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Here'* my thread on this....

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...068&highlight=

The sills are about $100 a side....
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Here'* my thread on this....

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...068&highlight=

The sills are about $100 a side....
Can you get them from a junk yard? Just curious if they r hard to get off and put on...TIA!

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Can you get them from a junk yard? Just curious if they r hard to get off and put on...TIA!

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If you're lucky enough to find an 00+ in a JY sure.... The rears just lift up... The fronts need to have the mirror removed. I think you can take the small plastic triangle off where the mirror mounts inside the door and remove the three nuts holding it on. The wires will go inside the door to the door module but you might be able to finesse it enough to lift the front molding off without hurting anything.

The best way is to remove the door panel and release the wires.
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Can you get them from a junk yard? Just curious if they r hard to get off and put on...TIA!

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If you're lucky enough to find an 00+ in a JY sure.... The rears just lift up... The fronts need to have the mirror removed. I think you can take the small plastic triangle off where the mirror mounts inside the door and remove the three nuts holding it on. The wires will go inside the door to the door module but you might be able to finesse it enough to lift the front molding off without hurting anything.

The best way is to remove the door panel and release the wires.

thanks Karl!! I will see if i can find one.... In my opinion $100 is a ton to pay for something like that i can get all four brake pads for less.... thanks for your help!!

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Awesome idea!! I do not know if I could do this i am not real good with stuff like that heck I just learned to replace my pads..... is there anyone around here in central illinois in the club that can do this? maybe I could meet them @ a meet or something that would be sweet...I will bring the beer!
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its really not that hard of a job.

pics of mine found here. http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ghlight=window
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its really not that hard of a job.

pics of mine found here. http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ghlight=window
Thanks I have some epoxy on mine I put over the old trim but even it is starting to peel up...maybe I can try it this summer or maybe @ a meet if the guys are going to have one that would be great......I will bring the beer......
Looks incredible!!
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Thanks I have some epoxy on mine I put over the old trim but even it is starting to peel up...maybe I can try it this summer or maybe @ a meet if the guys are going to have one that would be great......I will bring the beer......
Looks incredible!!
Where you from?
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