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Old 21 Feb 2006, 03:34 pm
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Default Carbon Fiber Pillar covers?

I have seen these on eBay but a more descriptive link is here:
http://www.mimousafiles.com/prods/689_b.jpg
Has anyone seen or tried these? I never liked the way my door pillars looked, and do not like the way some of the chrome covers kind of "float" on the car, giving a raised appearance.
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Old 21 Feb 2006, 04:09 pm
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I have seen these on eBay but a more descriptive link is here:
http://www.mimousafiles.com/prods/689_b.jpg
Has anyone seen or tried these? I never liked the way my door pillars looked, and do not like the way some of the chrome covers kind of "float" on the car, giving a raised appearance.
Do they make them for the cruiser?
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Old 21 Feb 2006, 04:21 pm
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Yep. I have a set in my garage waiting on warmer weather......They are more of a "bare" carbon fiber look. If you wanted the glossy carbon fiber look, these ain't it. They are nice looking tho, and having prefit them to my cruiser, look like they'll fit well...
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Old 21 Feb 2006, 05:14 pm
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Would appreciate photos of how they look when it warms up and you get a chance to apply them! Do you think they will be more "flush" with the car, as opposed to some of the chrome pillar covers you see out there? That was one of my dislikes of the chrome jobbies... they looked like they were covering something, as opposed to being part of the car...
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Old 21 Feb 2006, 05:15 pm
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yeah, I think they will look a bit better, but they still apply over the existing pillars. We'll see when it warms up.....

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