Dee Zee Stainless Steel Side Moldings Customer Reviews
37 Customer Reviews
Dee Zee Stainless Steel Side Moldings get your rockers ready to rock and roll through pretty much anything. Custom-made for your rig and easy to install, this is just the rocker panel trim you've been looking for.
Rather than chip-prone chrome, Dee Zee makes their side moldings from durable stainless steel. It keeps your rockers ding-free and outshines chrome when clean. Such a perfect combination of trick looks and total toughness is perfect for your truck.
Installation is a cinch. Dee Zee Stainless Steel Side Moldings stick right on with the pre-applied 3M adhesive backing. Just peel the red protective film, carefully line the rocker cover up, and firmly press in place. No screws required, though they hold in place just as tough. And, your Dee Zee Stainless Steel Side Moldings are covered by a 1-year warranty. Order now to get your rockers rockin'.
37 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Steven S (Mount Vernon, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram — Mar 31, 2014 10:53 PM
Just as advertised. High grade stainless steel. Fit great. Take your time cleaning and installing for best fit. Adhesive is strong so make sure you have measured carefully the panels are where you want them before pressing.
Reviewed by Gary K (KENNEWICK, WA) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Mar 08, 2014 9:28 AM
Required close attention to installation method to ensure no edge wrinkles. Bottom half inch not quite curved enough to match door panels makes it difficult to get full adhesion of backing to the door panels on bottom edges. Would suggest using a heat source to help bend and adhere better. (I used a high temp blow dryer) This might have been due to my Platimum model which has the small door chrome trim strips which would have allowed a half inch higher fit point for those panels without them.
Reviewed by Richard F (RALEIGH, NC) Reviewed for a 1992 Chevy C/K 1500 — Aug 08, 2013 3:37 AM
Great product, fit, and finish. If replacing, it's a real chore getting the original 3M tape/glue off but you have to do it right. I went through several bottles of goof off and several rolls of paper towels and a substantial amount of beer. When putting on the new moldings, get a friend to help hold in place and carefully attach. Once it's on, it's on for good.
Reviewed by Boyd E. R (MIFFLINBURG, PA) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Canyon — Apr 30, 2013 8:40 PM
I have a black 2012 GMC Canyon Crew cab with fender flairs. To make sure that my line was straight while applying the Side Moldings I used painters tape. I first did a dry run by taping the Side Moldings to the truck to insure proper placement. Once I had it just right, it was a walk in the park and easy to install. It looks better than I had imagined!
Reviewed by James C (BONNEY LAKE, WA) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado — Apr 17, 2013 9:46 PM
had these professionally installed due to insane instructions,and the way they are cut and molded leaves a three inch gap under them with paint exposed. should not even be called rocker panel molding, they are ugly. Already took mine off and threw them away. WASTE OF MONEY!!!!
Reviewed by michael o (MANNFORD, OK) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra — Oct 11, 2012 3:40 PM
I shopped around for awhile and picked these Every thing was good and fast service. But I was waiting for the weather to warm up to put them on ,so while shopping for another part for my truck chrome cab back for my back window I found that willmore manufacturing sold a 9" rocker panel and that's is the size I need . So I never got to put them on and see how they looked.