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Old 04 Sep 2004, 09:26 am
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I received my Mopar oem door sill plates yesterday and installed them. I didn't have to cut them. I used double side foam tape and pressed them into place turning them 180 degrees. They stood up alittle on one edge so I brought out my heat gun and threw a little heat to them, pressed them down with a wet towel and they staid the correct shape. Makes the rear door jambs look finished. Sorry Crewzin we all like pictures. Sorry if too big
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Looks good. I've been thinking of getting the 6 piece custom set from Airbillster...
The ones at the bottom of this page...

http://www.fastlanegrafix.com/colorintaccess.html
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Gonzo,did you trim all of the inserts off the back? I ordered some and they have the big plastic inserts on the back. Thanks, Jason
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Jason,
Yes I did. I laid the door sill on a hard surface with a towel under it for protection. Used a utility knife then snapped them off. Took a 1'' sharp wood chisel and took it down to the base. You could probably use a grinder just to get them flush also. Ran 4 or 5 strips of foam double side tape across, then 2 or 3 along the edge that will be to outside edge of door jamb. Used a heat gun to mold it to the door jamb so I wouldn't have to cut any off. Use the low setting (hair dryer might work also) Don't leave in one spot to long it will start to melt. Hope this helps. Any questions feel free??
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Looks good. I've been thinking of getting the 6 piece custom set from Airbillster...
The ones at the bottom of this page...

http://www.fastlanegrafix.com/colorintaccess.html
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Anyone have a part number for these? I can't seem to find the OE ones, just the accessory covers. Please post here, thanks.
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Looks very nice and gives the rear door area a finished touch. [8D]

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Purple 04, Here are the part #'s SF34DX9-AB &SF35DX9-AB. If you go thru OEM parts they cost $7.41 per plus shipping Total $21.77. Try here: https://www.1stchryslerparts.com/oe_parts_catalog.html
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MUCH Thanks. I'm going through a local dealer (good prices, great service) but will keep the link in case there is a problem.
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