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Old 04-06-2013, 06:48 PM
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Re: DIY: Interior Beltline Trim Removal / Wrap

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^ Thanks Chris.

Here is my final update on the trim...

I accidentally scratched a piece of rear trim loading my hockey sticks (Ironically made out of real CF ) into the back so I decided to re-wrap it all again with the chrome showing. Cheers to Hemidog for the chrome idea.

Now that I've had lots of practice and received some tips from a local installer it is 100% perfect - no crows feet, tears, scratches or otherwise. Could not be happier and I've got a bit of OCD when it comes to the Jeep. I should also mention that other than me hacking the door panel this stuff has held up real well and looks as good as it did the day it was installed.

Once again the pics don't do it full justice. The chrome adds just enough character to make it look a little more high-end IMO and ties in with the chrome around the centre console.

The eject button is awesome!!!
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Re: DIY: Interior Beltline Trim Removal / Wrap

604, do you have a part # for the clips for the door trim? Or did your dealership have them readily available in the parts department?
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Old 04-13-2013, 05:19 PM
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Re: DIY: Interior Beltline Trim Removal / Wrap

Sorry no part # - I just asked them to pull up the door card in the parts catalogue and found them that way. The clips had to be ordered in but were at the dealer the very next day.
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Re: DIY: Interior Beltline Trim Removal / Wrap

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Part number appears to be 06509673AA. Pm me your address and I'll mail you 10 if you want. I bought a box of oem clips from on online parts place for pretty cheap and have them left over. http://www.auveco.com/download/hni/HNI-311wb.pdf
Problem I encountered was that I broke one clip in each door card when I took them off. The receiving end of the clip is very difficult to get out of the door without breaking it off and having it fall into the door well. The oem clips came in the box already snapped together and I found them impossible to pull apart. So unless you can get the new ones apart or remove the receiving end from the door to replace with a complete new clip, I found the clips worthless. I ended up just replacing each card without the one clip that broke and it's still very secure.
Hope this makes sense. Happy to send you the ones I have n/c if you want to give it a go.
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Re: DIY: Interior Beltline Trim Removal / Wrap

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Part number appears to be 06509673AA. Pm me your address and I'll mail you 10 if you want. I bought a box of oem clips from on online parts place for pretty cheap and have them left over. http://www.auveco.com/download/hni/HNI-311wb.pdf
Problem I encountered was that I broke one clip in each door card when I took them off. The receiving end of the clip is very difficult to get out of the door without breaking it off and having it fall into the door well. The oem clips came in the box already snapped together and I found them impossible to pull apart. So unless you can get the new ones apart or remove the receiving end from the door to replace with a complete new clip, I found the clips worthless. I ended up just replacing each card without the one clip that broke and it's still very secure.
Hope this makes sense. Happy to send you the ones I have n/c if you want to give it a go.
Thanks dslide! I decided to forego messing with the door panels. I was originally going to pull the panel on the drivers side because something seemed to be rolling around in there. Decided to take it in and just have the dealership deal with it.
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