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02 and new painted Door Trim or Molding

I'm looking to update the door trim on my 99 crew cab to the 02 and new painted door trim and was wanting to know if it a dealer only part and if so do they come prepainted and any idea on the cost? thanks

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I just had mine done. It was Way cheaper to have my old ones prepped and painted.

This is my '99.







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Re: 02 and new painted Door Trim or Molding

That truck looks good Garret. I really like the 08 tailgate, tail lights and mirrors. Blends well.

Wish i lived in a salt free environment, so my truck still looked that clean!!

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Re: 02 and new painted Door Trim or Molding

Thanks! I'm about to spend some time buffing / polishing everything up as well as painting the undercarriage.





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I just had mine done. It was Way cheaper to have my old ones prepped and painted.

This is my '99.

Nice lookin truck are those the power folding and extending 08 mirrors and if so where did you get them?

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Thanks for the compliment. Those mirrors are actually not the power fold/extend. Damn things were too expensive. Those are the power, heated/signal mirrors for the 08s. Like what would come on an XLT.

I got them from my local Ford dealer 169 ea.





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Do they wire up or was it majic that installed them? HEE HEE.
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Do they wire up or was it majic that installed them? HEE HEE.
BTW they look dope gansta Kat.
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Thanks Mike. Uh no they do not plug and play.

It was pretty easy to figure out though.





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