Go from ordinary to extraordinary with the AMI Fuel Door. This billet aluminum fuel door replaces your factory door and adds extra security. Choose yours in several finishes, with or without keyed locks. Made with pride in the USA. 90-day warranty.
Bedazzle your prized ride just the way you want it with the ICI U-Cut Universal Gas Tank Door Skin. Your chrome gas door cover is made from bright chrome ABS that’s easy to cut for a custom fit on your ride. Mounts fast with 3M adhesive. 3-Year Warranty.
Break free from monotony with a Rampage Fuel Door Cover. It’s custom crafted from quality aluminum and replaces your factory fuel door directly. What’s more, this fuel door cover is polished to a high shine and comes with or without locks. 90-day warranty.
Fill up your rig’s look with the AVS Chrome Fuel Door Cover. Crafted from chrome-plated ABS, this stylish fuel filler door cover installs with automotive-grade tape to give your rig a quick custom look. Matches factory and custom chrome trim. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Add a bit of shine to your ride with an Trim Illusions Chrome Fuel Door. Custom crafted from durable ABS plastic, this chrome gas cover is easy to install over your existing fuel door. And, its brilliant chrome finish grabs attention. 1-year warranty.
Top off your fuel tank with the gleaming finish of ICI Gas Tank Door Skins. Perfectly sized for a seamless fit, this T-304 stainless steel chrome fuel door cover adds serious flash to your filler. Sticks on securely with powerful 3M adhesive. 3-Year Warranty.
Not sure which 2006 Chevy Avalanche Chrome Fuel Doors are right for you? We have over 966 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"This door is a pretty nice piece but there were a few minor quality control issues. The 2 small screws, that hold the door stop on, were about .015" too long (or the holes too shallow), which caused the door to not close flush and flop slightly. The door came configured for passenger side installation. There was no mention (in the instructions) about removing the door and moving the little nylon washer to the other side to keep the door centered when installing on the drivers side. I also think the allen screws (that are in the outer ring) should sit more flush and not protrude so much. There is also an aluminum bracket used to mount the door which used two of the allen screws. The screws were screwed into the bracket for shipping. One was cross-threaded. I called the manufacturer who quickly sent a replacement. The replacement also had a cross-threaded screw!" —Douglas E from Hanford, CA bought an AMI Fuel Door for a 2006 Chevy Avalanche.