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Old 27 May 2008, 11:38 am
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Default TFP wheel well trim. How is it mounted?


I am wanting to put some wheel well trim on my PT, mostly because I have to drive 8 miles of gravel everyday and the stone chips are really starting to add up. I don't want this to become a rust problem. Does anyone know are these held on with tape or do I have to drill holes? If it's holes I'm not going to do it. I refuse to drill holes in my car, and that gives the perfect area for rust to start, which I'm trying to avoid in the first place.

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2001 Red PT Cruiser Limited, 16" OEM alloys, Airaid CAI, Screamin' Demon coil and Livewires, some shiny stuff inside, Alpine deck, Alpine four channel amp, Alpine PLT5 sub, Hertz speakers in 4 corners, Keystone ram air hood, 6000k 55w HID high beams, 6000k 35w HID fog lights, new stone chips every day to add character.

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Old 27 May 2008, 01:07 pm
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Default Re: TFP wheel well trim. How is it mounted?

I'm almost positive there's double sided tape that's holding the trim on. I had it put on on the wife's new KIA and it looks exactly like your picture and there's no holes to drill.

The problem is, instead of the edge of your fender getting beat up by the rock chips, the chrome molding will look like crap in a few weeks from taking a beating from the gravel.
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