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Door panel rubs paint off....

So i just noticed on my 2000 that around the door panel the paint is rubbed off.........what can i do? I tried moving the door panel over it to try and hide it but i couldnt get it over far enough to cover all of it....
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make sure its screwed down tight and not moving thats the only way they all do it
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dude i have the same problem. pisses me off. i would aslo like to know ow to fix this, ive moved the panel over but does nothing.
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take some pictures of it so we know exactly what your talking about
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Im On It
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um i believe you too are complaining about 2 different issues...

and Phil i told you in Ohio.. how to fix that your fender is misaligned with the door...
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^ yeah i know you did lol i tried and it just goes back to where it was
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need to space the fender out a little more... you also have other front end alignment issues that need to be addressed on that truck
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yea i know....i hate to say this but....i might just have to take it in.... =[
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yes i am talking about inside the plastic door panel is rubbing off my paint and it looks horrible i tryed to move it around and it doesnt cover all of it, i wanna make it look good because im trading it in on an 07 fx4 ranger
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they all do this to a point but its normally right where it sits so you dont see it. are some of your hanger's on the door panel broken? and i dont think something that minor is gonna make them nock the price down...

more like engine, brakes, trans, tires, windshield... and cleanliness of the vehicle..
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well my engine is solid, tires and brakes are brand new, and its pretty clean, but my windshield has a very small chips that are really hard to see. But i cant wait to get 4x4!!! in an fx4 level 2
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