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Old 06-06-2014, 01:52 AM
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Crew cab power window bezel

Is there any interest in them? I know they are fairly common to crack/brake. They have been obsoleted for a bunch of years now.

I am in the works with a guy to make new ones from a better quality plastic and all one piece. I can get them cheaper, If he makes more. Just trying to get a feel for the "need" on these

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Just got back from the Guy who I talked to about the bezel. He says he can do it but I need to figure out what plastic to make it from. And he said 150-200 for each one
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Is this just the switch cover bezel and the switches?
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Just the bezel, the switches can be had all over the place
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That's just for the drivers side front door only? 150-200 is kinda high IMHO
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That's just for the drivers side front door only? 150-200 is kinda high IMHO
Agreed. For that money I'd be thinking more like billet, or brushed aluminum.
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Agreed. For that money I'd be thinking more like billet, or brushed aluminum.
There you are talking 4-500

And what good it is in brushed or polished when there is NOTHING else in the cab that has the same look
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There you are talking 4-500

And what good it is in brushed or polished when there is NOTHING else in the cab that has the same look
Yeah, IDK about $400-$500 I can find billet switch plates for $30 for some of the easier square single to double switch ones, to around $150-$200 for more intricate ones.

I'm not here to rain on your parade at all. I'm just saying at least if it was some type of metal, I would feel better spending that amount of money for a switch plate.
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Yeah, IDK about $400-$500 I can find billet switch plates for $30 for some of the easier square single to double switch ones, to around $150-$200 for more intricate ones.

I'm not here to rain on your parade at all. I'm just saying at least if it was some type of metal, I would feel better spending that amount of money for a switch plate.

A switch plate is a SIMPLE FLAT piece of aluminum. NOT a 2x3x9" BLOCK milled out 360*
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