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Old 05-26-2014
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Door/Window Trim

Hey guys, I'm trying to fix a dent on my driver door trim...

Do I have to take the inner door panel and the side mirror in order to get to the trim out?

I've searched without luck on this subject, I can also use help in where to find it, new if possible.

Thanks, any help would be appreciated.

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Hey guys, I'm trying to fix a dent on my driver door trim...

Do I have to take the inner door panel and the side mirror in order to get to the trim out?

I've searched without luck on this subject, I can also use help in where to find it, new if possible.

Thanks, any help would be appreciated.

I pulled the door panel and loosened the mirror to remove mine,I bought to new ones on eBay Tasca parts.There called outside belt weatherstrip molding.They are thin and easy to bend so go slow.Good luck!
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Thanks Bob, yep found them on ebay. I was typing door trim instead of weather-strip , hence why I couldn't find then.

Thanks again.
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Thanks Bob, yep found them on ebay. I was typing door trim instead of weather-strip , hence why I couldn't find then.

Thanks again.
Glad to help William!
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Did you have good luck with this? I want to remove mine because mine are faded and look like Poo.
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Haven't gotten around to do this yet, too many other things keep taking priority.

I will do it tho, it drives me crazy. Specially being the driver side, is the first thing you see when walking up to the car.

Its on my watch list on ebay, just need to pull the trigger.
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Did you have good luck with this? I want to remove mine because mine are faded and look like Poo.
If there just faded and not damaged you may come out cheaper painting them i used some black krylon with a UV protectant clear coat on a lot of my trim to bring back the nice black color. One can did my wipers door handles and a bunch of trim pieces makes the truck look 10x better.
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Cleaned mine and used the trim conditioner called Wipe New. They look great. Used the stuff on bumper trim and they look like new. This stuff actually works. Bought it at CVS pharmacy.
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.. I finally got around to fix this weatherstrip on my Ranger. Damn thing was driving me nuts. And with no free time plus shitty weather, it had to wait.

I decided to try and fix it myself before shelling out fifty bucks for a new one..

Anyways..I pulled it off, leveled the dimple, sanded, primed it and its getting ready for the final coat...
here are some pics.,

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Its getting painted tomorrow and I'll post up the final results.
Thanks for looking.
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Alright then..here it is for the sake of closure.

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Not perfect by any means, but it'll do for now..

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Looks alright from few feet away.

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