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Old 08-28-2011, 05:53 AM
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Interior trim change?

I have a part wood interior trim that I would like to change to the aluminum trim. In particular, the strips that run along the doors and glove compartment. Is this something that the average person can do, and if so where can I get the trim pieces? Thanks!
 
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I have a part wood interior trim that I would like to change to the aluminum trim. In particular, the strips that run along the doors and glove compartment. Is this something that the average person can do, and if so where can I get the trim pieces? Thanks!
Try Suncoast:

http://www.suncoastparts.com/categor...S_inttrim.html

The aluminum isn't actually on here but everything else is so I'm sure they can get it for you.

Also look at the trim & molding tool kit on the same page. DIY should be no problem.
 

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For that price you are better off finding someone that wants to trade!


.....or having the wood painted or wrapped!!
 
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Yikes! That is a lot of money!! I'm starting to like the wood interior more now!
 
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I think I have two sets of the silver trim if you're interested. One smooth and one with a herringbone pattern. Need to check and make sure though.
 
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If you never found any trim, I have silver in my car and was wanting to swap it out to wood. Would be willing to trade if we could both get ours out without banging them up....
 
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I ordered the trim removal tool kit. The only parts that gave any trouble was the ignition surround and the rear cupholder face. Everything else was really easy.
 
 
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