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Thinking about De-molding

Discussion in 'Chevy Truck Accessories' started by Dale3743, May 7, 2009.

  1. Dale3743

    Dale3743 New Member

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    I have a 2000 Silverado and want to take off the door gaurd molding. How bad will the paint be faded? Can't decide what to do. The truck is pewter if that makes a difference.

    Thanks alot!
    Ryan
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  2. 2008blackWT

    2008blackWT New Member

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    I dont think with that color it will make a differance. I have a red tahoe and i took them off of it and it wasnt faded. And red is the worst about fadding. Go for it. It will look so much cleaner with them off
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  3. ShelbyTS661

    ShelbyTS661 New Member

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    I've been trying to do this to my Silverado as well. I did the tailgate already but before I do the door moldings I want to go buy that adhesive grinding wheel. I was wondering if anybody could tell me what its actually called and where i could buy one?
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  4. 99'HEARTBEAT

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    Once you have the door trim molding off.You want to use a 3m Eraser to clean up the last of the adhesives.You can pick them up them up at Napa,Pep boys.
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  5. cascott325

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    i took mine off my 2000 pewter silverado, and you cant even tell there was something there
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