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post #1 of 4 Old 02-22-2013, 11:41 AM Thread Starter
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To mold or not to mold, that is the question...

Post up pics with side molding taken off.

I assume that all I would need is fishing line, heat gun, and some goo gone? I have the XLT white with gray two-tone on bottom. Curious to see what it'd look like without the side molding.

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Here's a video that shows how to remove them - If/When you come to that decision.



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Pic in sig with no molding, much cleaner look IMO.

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I agree, I dont mind the moldings when the color of the molding matches the color of the rig. But some of the moldings have chrome inserts running in the middle and I'm not a big fan. Just realized my molding has the chrome insert.

Wanting to see more two-tone trucks with molding off.
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