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Moldings or no moldings?

One of my side body molding has started coming off. Should I use glue to fix it, 3M Double sided tape to fix it, Both, or just get rid of them all together? I do like the clean side look w/o molding. What do you guys think??


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depending on the year if you remove them there are holes in the door behind it for the locating tabs

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depending on the year if you remove them there are holes in the door behind it for the locating tabs
he is an 05

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he is an 05
then its probly got the hole behid it then.......as i think they didnt stop putting holes in the door til 08 or so but not 100% positive on that

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Mine was lucky enough to come without the trim pieces, Looks better IMO. I'm fairly certain your year does have holes behind em, which sucks
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Yup there be holes behind them moldings. I have the same problem. Best thing to do is carefully remove the effected molding completely, remove all the old tape from the molding and door, then reapply new two sided tape. I have to agree with cruisin though, they look much sexier w/o moldings.

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