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Old 02-15-13, 09:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am also looking for the metal piece that goes down the window. It's chipped and is the only part on the car that isn't in great condition. I really wanna replace this piece but 4 days of searching this part is no where to be found. Any clues where I could find one?


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The cheapest place would be your local pick n pull.
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Which window and a picture or more complete description of the part you are looking for would help?
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Ah crap I shouldn't post when I'm Half awake skip that last message. I will take a pik and post it in the am...


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Here's the piece Body work parts-imageuploadedbyag-free1361024216.087933.jpg


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Ah, the front windshield drivers side trim. Those are really hard to find good used ones. Can't tell from your picture how well it is attached to the window. If it is tight then I'd suggest taping off the area around it, lightly sanding the black paint and just repainting it instead of replacing. I do have one I just pulled of my parts car but it is not in the shape where I would feel good about shipping it to someone.

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I might have some left, I will check in the AM. The cheaper way would be to buy plasti dip and re spray it.
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That's what my bf said just tape it off and strip the paint and redo it. I tried scrapping it but all it did was scratch the chrome. Also, I can't get photobucket to work unfortunately I'm sorry for the crappy pix


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I taped off mine and painted a flat black and haven't had any problems yet.
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I have spring break in a week in a half that is my number one project on my break :p I will keep you all updated on how it turns out


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Taping-off and sanding/painting the trim will work. If needed, this would be an excellent time to so the wiper arms as well.

As far as the sanding, my goal is to remove the lose coating and smooth the edges of the cracks. You might want to try a sand able primer before you paint. Sand able primer will help to level the surface. Sanding will also remove any oil/wax that would prevent the paint from adhering. Good luck!

PS, don't paint when temps are cold - ideally 70 or above.


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