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Chrome Pillar Post Trim Customer Reviews

Reviewed by Blane Q (Ewa Beach, HI) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-150 — 2009-07-22 12:21:50

Take your time, clean existing surface with alcohol, pre-fit before removing protective adhesive tape, apply from bottom to top on all pieces, position above rubber window moldings, press to the contour of surface. Time involved for 6 pieces: 30 min. or less. Good Luck. Need to save for chrome rims to match the upgrade.

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Reviewed by Wayne N (Rockport, TX) — 2012-03-03 07:00:40

If the doors had came with longer screws it would have been easer to insall. I know if someone was to siphon my gas tank it would have cost me twice as much to replace the gas as it cost me to buy this locking gas cap cover. It looks great and now that I have one I see other trucks with the same cover I have. So it looks as if I'm not so dumb after all (the wife).

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Dee Zee Reviews

Reviewed by Samuel H (Collinsville, VA) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Frontier — 2011-02-03 06:15:02

I have installed rocker mouldings on every truck I have had for the past 15 years, and I trade about every two years. I have always went with SS; however they were not available for my 2010 Nissan Frontier, so I throught I would try the Dee Zee U-Cut. I received the mouldings and was happy with their Apperance and Quality. I Emailed Dee Zee prior to purchasing to address my concern about the chrome staying on the panels and not peeling, and was assured that there had been no problems. After receiving the mouldings I put my truck inside where the temperture was 70 degrees. I prepared my panel patterns and cut out my panels, and prefit each one. I cleaned the surface where the panels went with prepsol and rubbibg alcohol, then I heated each section with a hair dryer, as I installed each panel. After each panel was installed I applied a little heat to each section with hair dryer. I got excellant results and so far am very pleased, only time will tell if the hold up like SS.

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Rampage Reviews

Reviewed by Matthew Scott W (Bandy, VA) Reviewed for a 2009 Jeep Wrangler — 2010-06-08 12:41:25

This fuel door is cheaper than most and looks great. I really like the usage of circular keys/lock. The screws that you use to mount it are incredibly tiny, though. I'd make sure to put down a blanket on the ground before I started since it's almost certain you WILL drop them. I had to order more from Rampage because I couldn't find the two of mine that I dropped. I'd definitely buy a magnetic-tip screwdriver also. I like the door but the usage of the tiny screws makes me wonder how it will stand up over time. The screws go into the top, bottom, and sides of the very outer edge of the plastic fuel sleeve (instead of into the face as I had expected). As you know that's a very narrow edge so I don't know how well the screws will do. Had to take my window out to be able to get the screwdriver lined up to put the top screw in.

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